Six people arrested during the English Defence League march in Luton on Saturday have all been released without any charges.
The five men and one woman were held at Dunstable police station for the duration of the march and were released shortly afterwards.
They had been arrested by police in order to prevent a breach of the peace.
The EDL march passed off peacefully with around 400 people taking part. A counter protest also took place with a smaller number of people involved.
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The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for persistent rain on Sunday which could cause localised flooding of land and roads in some areas.
The warning area covers parts of Norfolk, along with Suffolk and Essex and small areas of Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire.
The warning is in force from 3am until 9pm on Sunday 23 November 2014
The Met Office says: "Rain will be persistent and locally heavy through much of Sunday. Falling on saturated ground, it is likely to cause some surface water flooding in places before clearing eastwards. The public should be aware of this hazard."
A waving front will lie across the area for much of the day, with more than 20 mm expected in places. Given the wetter than average weather of late, these totals bring the risk of surface water.
There have been six arrests during the English Defence League march through Luton in Bedfordshire.
The EDL started in the town 5-years ago, but its founders are no longer involved in the group. Up to 500 people are thought to have attended today's march.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey
Hundreds of police officers have been drafted in to Luton as a March by the English Defence League takes place.
Click below to watch some footage of the march, filmed by ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey.
Hundreds of police officers from forces across the south east are on duty in Luton as a march by the English Defence League heads through the town.
Click below to watch an interview clip with Chief Inspector Mark Upex from Bedfordshire Police:
The leader of Luton Borough Council Hazel Simmons told ITV News Anglia she didn't want the protesters in the town and that they were not welcome.
She said: "They have a democratic right to protest. Obviously it's a great cost to the public purse. We have to accommodate that and make sure the town is safe."
A counter demonstration is taking place under the banner "We Are Luton". Around 500 people are believed to be marching with the EDL.
Click below to watch an interview clip with Cllr Hazel Simmons, Leader of Luton Borough Council:
Business owners on the route of the match say road closures have affected trade and have condemned the event.
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Arriva has announced changes to some of its bus services in Luton as a result of the EDL march and counter protests taking place today.
All services that would normally stop at Church Street will be dropping off and picking up passengers at the Luton Station Interchange including 31 and 38.
Any services that serve the Galaxy or Silver Street will also serve their stops.
The only exception is the Farley Hill services, 1 and 4, which will terminate and start at Chapel Street.
We will have staff on hand to assist passengers and drivers and as soon as the area is clear, normal stops will be served.
Updates will be on social media if anything changes, facebook /arrivashires or twitter @arrivashires
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