"People have had enough and as was showed at the People's Assembly on Saturday when over 4,000 trade unionists, anti cuts campaigners, pensioners, students, etc came together in London to call for action against government policies, we are now prepared to take the next step to demonstrate we are determined to force the UK government to change tack."
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North Wales Chief Constable Mark Polin met with town councillors and residents to discuss the issue of crime in Rhyl.
Martin Tate taunted North Wales Police via a Facebook appeal for him by saying "see who has the last laugh now".
The 25-year-old, known locally as Bilal, was arrested on Tuesday in Newport. Two men were also arrested the following morning in the city.