Police officers keep order at EDL demo in Birmingham.
West Midlands Police said the number of people arrested now sits at four. They are being questioned about public order offences.
The earlier figure included arrests after a member of the public reported two groups breaching the peace.
On arrival by police the groups were detained. Following investigation of the circumstances, a breach of the peace was not established and the groups were de-arrested.
Birmingham's anti-fascist supporters make a stand against the EDL.
As well as live images being beamed from @wmp_helicopter, CCTV operators are monitoring cameras so we can respond quickly to incidents
A total of 33 arrests so far in the city centre this afternoon. Majority are public order and breach of the peace offences.
The A456 Broad Street is closed in both directions due to the demonstration between Sheepcote Street and A38 Paradise Circus Queensway.
Protesters in Birmingham city centre are now gathered on Centenary Square, which has resulted in Broad Street being closed.
The road was already restricted due to the tunnel closures. All buses and taxis are now diverting away from the protest.
All buses are now diverting via Sheepcote Street, Vincent Street, Summer Hill and Sandpits.
Source: Bus Company
@wmp_helicopter beaming live images from both protests to officers managing the policing operation at the Event Control Suite (ECS)
The injured officer has suffered a concussion and has been taken to hospital.
One police officer has suffered head injuries during policing operation at Paradise Circus, Broad St. Currently receiving medical attention