Police in Birmingham are still looking to identify 26 people after 20 men were arrested and charged with violent disorder after an English Defence League rally.
West Midlands Police wanted to identify people responsible for violence at the protest in Birmingham city centre in July 2013 and made the arrests after a nationwide appeal.
A series of arrests were made after a televised appeal in January, which led to people naming those suspected of involvement.
Prior to the 20 arrests, a total of 31 people were identified from the images of 57 people released during the televised appeal.
Twenty men are due to appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court next week, after being charged with violent disorder at a protest by the English Defence League in Birmingham last year.
The men were among 2,000 people who gathered for the EDL protest in Centenary Square on July 20th 2013.
The following ten people are set to appear on Tuesday February 25th:
- Melvyn Parker-46-Mansfield
- Neil Jones-44-Shrewsbury
- Ashley Rowland-24-Barnsley
- Paul Mckenzie-48 -Cleveland
- Dean Kenney-41-Essex
- James Harrington-29-Leeds
- Kenny Graham-19-Middlesbrough
- Andrew Edge-43-Stockport
- Mark Connor-24-Streetly
- William Bartlett-25-Whitley Bay
A further ten men are set to appear on Thursday February 27th:
- Lloyd Lewis-22-Atherstone
- Adam Beebee-27-Birmingham
- Josh Norey-22-Birmingham
- Shane Williams-26-Leicester
- Thomas Nelson-20-Bolton
- Joel Smith-23-Sheffield
- James Cocks-34-Redditch
- Jake Hill-21-Brierley Hill
- Alan Fisher-Cribb-19-Newtown
- Mark Morgan-24-Newcastle Under Lyme
Police have made around 20 arrests after 2000 people gathered in Birmingham for an EDL rally and a counter Unite Against Fascism demonstration.
Some incidents of criminal damage and assault are still being investigated but police have said their operation was a success.
West Midlands Police says that team work was behind a largely successful operation today in Birmingham city centre.
Police officers are going to carry on working with community groups over the next few days to make sure today's demonstrations have not damaged relationships between people of different cultures.
The police officer in charge of today's demonstration operation says,
A small number of protesters and police officers were injured during today's demonstrations - with one police officer taken to hospital with a head injury. He has been discharged this evening after treatment.
Four people have been arrested at a rally today organised by the English Defence League. There were violent clashes as thousands of people turned out for both this rally and a counter demo from Unite Against Facism.
One police officer was taken to hospital. Charlotte Grant reports.
Religious leader Mohammad Saleem Akhtar said that although he supported the right for free speech, he felt the EDL demonstration was a "waste of time".
Assistant Chief Constable Sharon Rowe says safety is a priority for police in demos like the ones seen in Birmingham.