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Twenty four hours after the resignation of Joyce Thacker, the Director of Children's Services at scandal hit Rotherham Council, the town has seen its latest demonstration. Today British Muslim Youth took to the streets. Here's Martin Fisher.
Around three hundred people have joined the British Muslim Youth to stage a 'peace' protest in Rotherham calling for the community to unite .
It comes after unrest in the town following the child sex abuse scandal.
The demonstration took place outside Rotherham Town Hall.
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The British Muslim Youth are to hold a 'peaceful' demonstration outside Rotherham Town Hall today calling for a united community.
An open invite has been issued for residents, community and business leaders to take part in the event following unrest in the town over the Rotherham child sex abuse scandal.
A spokesman for the group said: "We need to take a collective stance on this issue we can't have a broken community we can't let hate into our community."