Sixteen people are being questioned by police in Bristol following a day of marches in the city.
Around 300 supporters of the far-right group the EDL gathered in Queen Square to hear speeches complaining about what its leaders termed the 'Islamification' of the city.
The EDL activists then took part in a short march.
Approximately 500 people from the We Are Bristol campaign also marched through the city in protest at the EDL's presence.
A total of 16 arrests were made during the day for offences that included going equipped to damage, failing to remove a face covering and assaulting a police officer.
Sixteen protesters were arrested as two major demonstrations took place in Bristol city centre
Officers policing the EDL march in Bristol have made seven arrests.
Thousands of protesters are expected to descend on Bristol today in one of the largest police operations in years.