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Saturday, 3 July 2010

Ministers to meet in Dudley to discuss English Defence League demos (UK)

Ministers are to meet Dudley residents to discuss the “violence and disorder” caused by the English Defence League.

Theresa May, the Home Secretary, agreed to organise a meeting after the protest group held two controversial demonstrations in Dudley.

In April, there were 12 arrests as the English Defence League held a protest in Dudley and fought anti-fascist campaigners.

And in an unannounced protest in May, masked English Defence League campaigners held a rooftop protest at a site earmarked for a new mosque in Dudley.

The group also planned a protest in Dudley last month, but this was cancelled after plans to build a mosque with 65ft minaret in the town centre were scrapped.

But the English Defence League warned that future protests in Dudley could still go ahead, and added that the group planned to return to Birmingham, where it has held two demonstrations, with a protest in Alum Rock in the summer.

Dudley MP Ian Austin (Lab Dudley North) asked the Home Secretary, Theresa May, to ensure the English Defence League were not able to cause further disruption.

Speaking in the House of Commons, he asked: “Recent events have seen violence and disorder on the streets, police diverted to deal with that and property and constituents attacked.”

She told him: “Certainly I or another Minister will be very happy to meet a delegation in order to address those issues.”

Birmingham Mail