EDL members marched to train station say: "We live in Cambridge"
The English Defence League (EDL) claim most of their supporters at a rally in Cambridge were from the city – but were marched to the train station. Scores of the 400 officers who policed the rally and counter-demonstration held by Cambridge Unite Against Fascism, escorted about 30 EDL members to the station after their rally on Christ’s Pieces.
But in an article on the EDL’s East Anglia Division’s website, a spokesman for the group claims the majority of the members actually live in the city.
He said police officers "laughed” at their orders to march the group to the station, which meant the closure of part of Hills Road and Station Road. (continue reading...)