There's been a heavy police presence in Exeter for two rival protest marches.
A national rally by the English Defence League was met with a counter demonstration by the anti-racist group Exeter Together.
Police figures suggest that the EDL were outnumbered nearly three to one by the local group.
Three people were arrested.
Richard Lawrence reports:
The English Defence League are staging a demonstration in Exeter today. Counter marches have been planned.Read the full story ›
The English Defence League is preparing to hold a march in Exeter tomorrow but many in the city say it's not welcome. More than 8 hundred people have signed a petition against it and a counter demonstration is planned.
Exeter City Council Councillor Phil Bialyk says the English Defence League are not wanted in the city.
The English Defence League will be staging a demonstration in Exeter tomorrow. The group say it's a protest against Exeter University's Islamic studies and Muslim research centres.
Counter marches have been planned, and more than 800 people have signed an Exeter Together statement condemning the march.
Police investigating missiles thrown during a day of marches in Bristol are appealing for help identifying seven men.
On Saturday 14th July the English Defence League and counter-protestors held demonstrations in Bristol.
The event was largely peaceful, although police officers did have to respond to a small number of minor incidents.
Sixteen people were arrested on the day for offences including going equipped to cause damage and assaulting a police officer.
An investigation was also launched to identify other offences committed and the people responsible.
Detectives investigating the throwing of missiles have identified seven men who might have important information which could help with their enquiries.
The photos of the seven men can be found here.
More than two hundred people took part in a rally today hoping to raise the profile of diversity in Bristol.
It comes 24 hours after the English Defence League marched through the city in protest at what its leaders termed the 'Islamification' of the city. Jeff Welch reports.
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