Conditions have been imposed on a demonstration in Luton by the right-wing Britain First organisation to ensure disruption is kept to a minimum on Saturday.
Bedfordshire police has served notice on organisers giving them strict guidelines on where the protest can take place and restricting any further procession or movement in the town.
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.
"We respect the right for peaceful protest however, must also be mindful of the impact on our communities. As a result we have decided to place restrictions on the procession to ensure we recognise and meet the needs of all parties affected.
"There will be a police presence in the town on the day and we hope the event is peaceful."
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