Police in Bedfordshire have taken measures to restrict a planned protest that's due to take place in Luton this weekend.
Organisers of the right-wing 'Britain First' march have had strict guidelines placed on where they can demonstrate on Saturday and for how long, to ensure disruption is kept to a minimum.
The force has also sought an application for an injunction under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime & Disorder Act 2014 which will be heard at the High Court on Friday. If successful, this injunction will place restrictions on the behaviour of Britain First organisers.
Luton is the birthplace of the English Defence League and it's now being targeted by rival far right group Britain First.
Britain First was formed 4 years ago by former members of the British National Party.
The group says it's committed to strengthening British culture and is against Islamification.
Britain First will assemble in Midland Road outside Luton Railway Station then proceed along High Town Road, Burr Street, Hitchin Road, Church Street and Guildford Street before finishing on land adjacent to Bute Street 'shoppers' car park. Bute Street car park will remain open for people to use.
The demonstration must take place and be completed between 1pm and 4pm on Saturday.
It is anticipated that counter protests will take place in opposition to the presence of Britain First in the town.
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