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Britain First and EDL protestors clash with anti-fascist groups in London

Britain First and the English Defence League (EDL) faced off against Unite Against Fascism (UAF) after organising a ‘march against terrorism’ in response to the attack last Wednesday.

UAF had organised a counter demonstration after labelling the far-right organisations ‘Islamophobes’.

Things really kicked off when ex-EDL leader Tommy Robinson arrived in Trafalgar Square to join the march earlier today.

UAF protesters chanted ‘EDL go to hell’ and hundreds of protesters spilled on to the surrounding roads, which led to a high number of police officers moving in to contain the trouble

The Anti-Fascist Network is a network of independent and grassroots groups working together against the rise of racism and fascism in our communities.

Anti-fascists have opposed the EDL and similar groups wherever they go. The aim of the network is to support these local actions and to join together to counter regional and national far right events, ensuring maximum numbers on the streets as well as sharing resources and providing legal support.

The Anti-Fascist Network is non-hierarchical, will never work with the police and is not affiliated to any political party.

Counties Anti-Fascist Alliance, ACA Manchester, Brighton Anti-Fascists, Bristol Antifascists, Essex Anti-Fascists, Liverpool Anti-Fascists, London Anti-Fascists, North East Anti-Fascists, Nottingham Antifascists, Portsmouth Anti-Fascists, South London Anti-Fascists, Welsh Antifa, Wessex Solidarity, York Anarchists.

 The English Defence League has risen from the English working class to act, lead and inspire in the struggle against global Islamification

(2) The English Defence League stands for human rights
• We stand for free speech in practice
• We stand for free speech in the law
• We stand for the right of English people to their own country over and above people from elsewhere
• We stand for the right of British Muslims to speak freely about problems deriving from Islam
• Our activities are peaceful. We are committed to non-violence



UAF (Unite Against Fascism)demonstrators tussle with police officers in Trafalgar Square in London, during a counterprotest against Britain First and EDL (English Defence League) marches.









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