Officers hurt during protest march
Two police officers have been injured after having bottles thrown at them during a nationalist march.
Missiles were hurled during the fifth annual March for England gathering in Brighton, East Sussex, which attracted counter demonstrations by anti-fascist protesters.
The two injured officers, both male constables, received head injuries during tense scenes, with one being admitted to hospital for treatment before later being discharged.
Heated exchanges were traded between marchers and protesters in the seaside city after the 140-strong march set off by Brighton railway station. Mounted police were drafted in to maintain calm as attempts were made to obstruct the march at several points... read more
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