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Right Wing Nutters Turn Up at Diane Abbott Demo In Dover and Cause Riots

And as the right wing nutjobs would like you to believe Diane Abbott HAS NOT been arrested 

Clashes as anti-immigration groups including the National Front (NF) and the English Defence League (EDL) protest in Dover. In an attempt to disrupt the far-right, anti-fascist groups including Unite Against Fascism (UAF) and the Kent Anti-Racism Network (KARN) hold a counter-protest. Featuring: View Where: Dover, United Kingdom When: 30 Jan 2016 Credit: WENN.com

Clashes between far-right groups and anti-fascist protesters have descended into chaos in a service station near Dover.
Violence erupted between the two groups as they were on their way to counter-demonstrations in the coastal Kent town.
Dover, Kent, UK. 30th January, 2016. Far right and anti fascist groups clash in the centre of Dover with projectiles being exchanged between the two opposing sides. Far-right groups from across converge on the coastal town of Dover for an anti-refugee protest. The groups including the National Front, SouthEast Alliance, NorthWest Infidels, East Kent English Patriots of are attempting to highlight the ¿migrant crisis¿ by marching through the Kent town. As a response a large group of pro immigration groups staged a counter- protest. Pictured: // Lee Thomas, Flat 47a Park East Building, Bow Quarter, London, E3 2UT. Tel. 07784142973. Email: leepthomas@gmail.com. www.leept.co.uk (0000635435)
The clashes erupted in a service station (Picture: Lee Thomas)
Right wingers used sticks and debris found around the service station car park to attack opposing demonstrators and vandalise vehicles.
One man has been arrested, and a number parked coaches were damaged.

Neo-Nazis have painted swastikas ‘in blood’ on coaches

A swastika painted on the side of a coach (Picture: @bat020/Twitter)
A swastika painted on the side of a coach (Picture: @bat020/Twitter)
Anindya Bhattacharyya, 44, from Whitechapel, told the Guardian: ‘They were wearing Combat 18 T-shirts and one had an Enoch Powell T-shirt.
‘They were running at the anti-fascist demonstrators and there was some argy-bargy, things were chucked back and forth.
The windows of coaches have been smashed (Picture: @bat020/Twitter)

Right wingers had planned to target Diane Abbott

Abbott was a target (Picture: Rise Up/Facebook)
Abbott was a target (Picture: Rise Up/Facebook)
The demonstration was planned in advance, and supporters of the ‘South East Alliance’ had claimed they would try and target Labour MP Diane Abbott – a speaker at the anti-fascist demonstration.

Despite the threats, Diane Abbott still addressed the counter-demo

Diane Abbott MP makes a speech during a counter demonstration as far-right groups protest against immigration in Dover, Kent. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday January 30, 2016. Photo credit should read: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire
Diane Abbott addressing anti-fascist demonstrators (Picture: PA)
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