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Monday, 11 October 2010

English Defence League fail to show for Coventry march (UK)

Polic  have reported a quiet weekend despite threats from the English Defence League that they were planning to march in Coventry.

On Friday a interview with the far-right group’s leader Tommy Robinson was posted on YouTube.
In it Mr Robinson said that there would need to be 1,000 police officers on the streets of the city to cope with a EDL protest in Coventry.

He also suggested the group would march on Nuneaton.

They planned to escort EDL members to a “protest pen” where a static protest could be carried out.

It was a similar story in Nuneaton, where police dog handlers waited at the train station in anticipation of protests.

Shops and market stalls closed early in anticipation of trouble as word spread that protesters were leaving Leicester.

John James, 47, runs the bag stall at the town’s market. He packed up half an hour early due to the expected protest.

“We’ve packed up early because last time when the Gurkhas marched there was a big fight here.”

Coventry Telegraph