Also Telegraph coverage of the arrests of the self titled, ‘Anti-Fascist’ activists here. That’s an interesting scarf she is wearing. I wonder what it means?
I think it may be time to start a new campaign to raise money to buy dictionaries for ‘anti-fascists’. At least one of them should know what the word actually means.
- Far-right and opposing groups planned demonstrations for today
- A total of 58 arrests made in London – all anti-fascist campaigners
- Soldier Lee Rigby’s family have appealed for calm in the wake of his death
- Ed Miliband signs letter condemning rise in anti-Muslim violence
PUBLISHED: 13:43 GMT, 1 June 2013 | UPDATED: 20:26 GMT, 1 June 2013
Protesters involved in angry clashes with BNP supporters were arrested and packed onto London buses today.
Violent clashes took place outside the Palace of Westminster between anti-fascist campaigners and BNP supporters.
As the trouble erupted, dozens of police officers rushed to break up the disorder.
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And Tommy Robinson gets exactly what state protection?
Links … Choudary with killer Michael Adebolajo in 2007
ExclusiveBy GARY O’SHEA and MIKE SULLIVAN
Published: 8 hrs ago
POLICE yesterday rushed to the home of hate preacher Anjem Choudary — to protect him and his family.
Officers helped them flee their home and go into hiding amid fears they could be attacked by a mob seeking vengeance for the murder of soldier Lee Rigby.
Choudary’s wife and children were driven away under police escort to a secret address, while officers were left to guard the house.
There was no sign of Choudary himself, and a neighbour said he had been seen slipping out early yesterday morning.
Protection … cops at Choudary home yesterday
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