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The Home Secretary should lift the ban on marches in a city or risk making protesters more radical, a think-tank said today.



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A proposed march by the right-wing campaign group the English Defence League (EDL) has been banned by the Home Secretary.

Marches banned after day of banned protest

Home Secretary Theresa May today authorised a blanket ban on marches in a city on the day of a planned protest by a right-wing campaign group.

Home Secretary to rule on right-wing march ban

Home Secretary Theresa May will be asked to authorise a blanket ban on marches in a city on the day of a planned protest by a right-wing campaign group.

Police attacked during anti-racist march

A man was being questioned today after gangs of youths attacked police officers following an anti-racist march, Scotland Yard said.

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