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Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Four demonstrators charged after protests in Bolton

Four people have been charged with public order offences following a demonstration in Bolton.

Thousands of demonstrators from Unite Against Fascism and the English Defence League gathered in Victoria Square to air their political views on Saturday.
Police arrested 73 protesters. They have now released 34 without charge, issued 13 with fixed penalty notices and 17 remain on bail.

Three people were cautioned, Greater Manchester Police said.

Another man was transferred to West Yorkshire, over an unrelated assault.

Of those arrested, 54 were affiliated to Unite Against Fascism and 17 were affiliated to the English Defence League, police said.

Police have denied claims that they were heavy-handed during the protest.

BBC News