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EDL and Notts Casual Infidels are marching through nottingham tomorrow

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They just published the route. Around 160 protestors from the far-right group, supported by members of Notts Casual Infidels, will gather at Castle Wharf between 12.30pm and 1.15pm on Saturday, befor… Read More
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9m, 2w agoPosted 9 months, 2 weeks ago
They just published the route.
Around 160 protestors from the far-right group, supported by members of Notts Casual Infidels, will gather at Castle Wharf between 12.30pm and 1.15pm on Saturday, before heading to the Brian Clough statue at Speaker's Corner, via Wilford Street, Castle Boulevard, Castle Road, Friar Lane, Maid Marian Way and Upper Parliament Street.

The group is expected to get to Speaker's Corner at around 2.15pm, ahead of speeches lasting until around 3.30pm.
Read more at http://www.nottinghampost.com/edl-march-route-revealed-and-advice-for-shoppers/story-29589822-detail/story.html#ZuxG0Tcg5vSJJlsb.99
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9m, 2w agoPosted 9 months, 2 weeks ago
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livinthedream
Shaydog
It might not rain, but I'm reasonably sure it's going to heil.
disgusting comment that "HEIL" or is it because they question the Islamification of UK ?
they are far less harmful than some followers of the "book" who have been murdering like Hitlers own did for non-conformation

Two things you will never see... members of the EDL holding banners like this on the streets of the UK...

http://ejpress.org/imagegallery/49994_detail_hitler%20you%20are%20right.png

... and Shaydoggie posting comments critical of people like the one pictured above.
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archer1204
stuarthanley
I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them
Councillor Trimble said public safety is the council's "top priority, particularly where children and families are concerned".
He added: "Therefore, in consultation with the Mellors Group and the sponsors Deliveroo, we have decided that, as a precaution, the beach will not open as normal on Saturday and will only re-open on the day once we feel it's safe to do so.
Read more at http://www.nottinghampost.com/safety-concerns-over-planned-edl-march-lead-to-nottingham-beach-closure/story-29586834-detail/story.html#shc3HzXC5Yp5UzoF.99
Damn.... I'd bought a new bucket & spade especially for tomorrow too :(

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Around 160 protestors from the far-right group, supported by members of Notts Casual Infidels, will gather at Castle Wharf between 12.30pm and 1.15pm on Saturday, before heading to the Brian Clough statue at Speaker's Corner, via Wilford Street, Castle Boulevard, Castle Road, Friar Lane, Maid Marian Way and Upper Parliament Street.

The group is expected to get to Speaker's Corner at around 2.15pm, ahead of speeches lasting until around 3.30pm.
Read more at http://www.nottinghampost.com/edl-march-route-revealed-and-advice-for-shoppers/story-29589822-detail/story.html#ZuxG0Tcg5vSJJlsb.99
#2
The issue for us isn't whether we stop the march or not," added Chf Supt Howick.

"We have a legal obligation to facilitate protest. Providing the protest is peaceful, we will comply with their objectives.

"While some people might find the content of the protest distasteful, that's not an issue for us - it's the right of the protestors to do that. The area that is of concern is if it isn't peaceful."

His advice to members of the public thinking about going into the city centre on Saturday is: "Be aware that there may be a limited degree of disruption. However, we are not suggesting to anybody that they need to stay away from the area - we have sufficient resources available to make sure the public remain safe."
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I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them
#4
stuarthanley
I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them
Councillor Trimble said public safety is the council's "top priority, particularly where children and families are concerned".
He added: "Therefore, in consultation with the Mellors Group and the sponsors Deliveroo, we have decided that, as a precaution, the beach will not open as normal on Saturday and will only re-open on the day once we feel it's safe to do so.
Read more at http://www.nottinghampost.com/safety-concerns-over-planned-edl-march-lead-to-nottingham-beach-closure/story-29586834-detail/story.html#shc3HzXC5Yp5UzoF.99
#5
About 600 police drafted in mounted police on duty and police dogs on standby.
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archer1204
stuarthanley
I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them
Councillor Trimble said public safety is the council's "top priority, particularly where children and families are concerned".
He added: "Therefore, in consultation with the Mellors Group and the sponsors Deliveroo, we have decided that, as a precaution, the beach will not open as normal on Saturday and will only re-open on the day once we feel it's safe to do so.
Read more at http://www.nottinghampost.com/safety-concerns-over-planned-edl-march-lead-to-nottingham-beach-closure/story-29586834-detail/story.html#shc3HzXC5Yp5UzoF.99
Damn.... I'd bought a new bucket & spade especially for tomorrow too :(
#7
stuarthanley
archer1204
stuarthanley
I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them
Councillor Trimble said public safety is the council's "top priority, particularly where children and families are concerned".
He added: "Therefore, in consultation with the Mellors Group and the sponsors Deliveroo, we have decided that, as a precaution, the beach will not open as normal on Saturday and will only re-open on the day once we feel it's safe to do so.
Read more at http://www.nottinghampost.com/safety-concerns-over-planned-edl-march-lead-to-nottingham-beach-closure/story-29586834-detail/story.html#shc3HzXC5Yp5UzoF.99
Damn.... I'd bought a new bucket & spade especially for tomorrow too :(
Are you going anyway
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It might not rain, but I'm reasonably sure it's going to heil.
1 Like #9
archer1204
stuarthanley
archer1204
stuarthanley
I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them
Councillor Trimble said public safety is the council's "top priority, particularly where children and families are concerned".
He added: "Therefore, in consultation with the Mellors Group and the sponsors Deliveroo, we have decided that, as a precaution, the beach will not open as normal on Saturday and will only re-open on the day once we feel it's safe to do so.
Read more at http://www.nottinghampost.com/safety-concerns-over-planned-edl-march-lead-to-nottingham-beach-closure/story-29586834-detail/story.html#shc3HzXC5Yp5UzoF.99
Damn.... I'd bought a new bucket & spade especially for tomorrow too :(
Are you going anyway
Nah... Not far right enough for me :p
#10
Shaydog
It might not rain, but I'm reasonably sure it's going to heil.
if its anything like 2009
#11
I might run an offer "shave head for a
#12
stuarthanley
I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them

When they were protesting in Dudley all the town was sealed of with metal barriers and all roads were closed too. Can't remember if it was EDL or BF. Everything was "locked down"(_;)
#13
iibdii
I might run an offer "shave head for a


£1 "
or might be a bad idea CU's they all will be baldies
#14
Aiden1512
stuarthanley
I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them
When they were protesting in Dudley all the town was sealed of with metal barriers and all roads were closed too. Can't remember if it was EDL or BF. Everything was "locked down"(_;)
And if I remember rightly, it all went off without any incidents whatsoever (according to the express & star anyway)
#15
stuarthanley
Aiden1512
stuarthanley
I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them
When they were protesting in Dudley all the town was sealed of with metal barriers and all roads were closed too. Can't remember if it was EDL or BF. Everything was "locked down"(_;)
And if I remember rightly, it all went off without any incidents whatsoever (according to the express & star anyway)

I think there were about 30 or so arrests.
#16
Aiden1512
stuarthanley
Aiden1512
stuarthanley
I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them
When they were protesting in Dudley all the town was sealed of with metal barriers and all roads were closed too. Can't remember if it was EDL or BF. Everything was "locked down"(_;)
And if I remember rightly, it all went off without any incidents whatsoever (according to the express & star anyway)
I think there were about 30 or so arrests.
Maybe not then. I know they had a demo in Walsall a couple of years ago. That didn't end well BUT I also understand that gangs of protesters clashed with them and it was equally as bad from both sides.
#17
This was one of the vids from youtube last time they were here
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usm8gsQ6pyw
#18
stuarthanley
Aiden1512
stuarthanley
Aiden1512
stuarthanley
I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them
When they were protesting in Dudley all the town was sealed of with metal barriers and all roads were closed too. Can't remember if it was EDL or BF. Everything was "locked down"(_;)
And if I remember rightly, it all went off without any incidents whatsoever (according to the express & star anyway)
I think there were about 30 or so arrests.
Maybe not then. I know they had a demo in Walsall a couple of years ago. That didn't end well BUT I also understand that gangs of protesters clashed with them and it was equally as bad from both sides.

If I remember correctly, the Britains first march had only 4 or 5 incidents, it was the edl one that got out of hand.

Edited By: Aiden1512 on Aug 05, 2016 19:15
1 Like #19
Aiden1512
stuarthanley
Aiden1512
stuarthanley
Aiden1512
stuarthanley
I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them
When they were protesting in Dudley all the town was sealed of with metal barriers and all roads were closed too. Can't remember if it was EDL or BF. Everything was "locked down"(_;)
And if I remember rightly, it all went off without any incidents whatsoever (according to the express & star anyway)
I think there were about 30 or so arrests.
Maybe not then. I know they had a demo in Walsall a couple of years ago. That didn't end well BUT I also understand that gangs of protesters clashed with them and it was equally as bad from both sides.
If I remember correctly, the Britains first March had only 4 or 5 incidents, it was the edl one that got out of hand.
Might be that one I read about then.
4 Likes #20
Shaydog
It might not rain, but I'm reasonably sure it's going to heil.
disgusting comment that "HEIL" or is it because they question the Islamification of UK ?
they are far less harmful than some followers of the "book" who have been murdering like Hitlers own did for non-conformation
#21
I really hope all the marches and demonstrations pass peacefully tomorrow
#22
DarkEnergy2012
are you going to Periscope it live for us Archie? :phttp://ichef-1.bbci.co.uk/news/640/media/images/82315000/jpg/_82315230_82315229.jpg
Probably be on the news later
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I really hate these marches. I understand their concern with integration with the number of immigrants we receive but what do they hope to achieve by marching through a town.

the antifacist are worst out of the two.
1 Like #24
I love that everyone can protest, even if lots of the causes are moronic.
4 Likes #25
I'm shocked to learn there is a beach in Nottingham!

Also hope that it passes peacefully.
2 Likes #26
moneysavingkitten
I'm shocked to learn there is a beach in Nottingham!
Also hope that it passes peacefully.
here it is and will be closed due to safety concerns
http://www.weareyoung.org.uk/Notts%20beach.jpg
We even have snorkelers the other week
http://www.nottinghampost.com/images/localworld/ugc-images/276368/Article/images/29580383/15018089-large.jpg

Edited By: archer1204 on Aug 05, 2016 19:43
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Usually make for good entertainment

Watch this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7bDK8Rbqlo
#28
Will quiet down by 2.30pm as loads of them will be off to the Forest game against Burton.

I'll be avoiding the city centre tomorrow.
#29
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Will quiet down by 2.30pm as loads of them will be off to the Forest game against Burton.
I'll be avoiding the city centre tomorrow.
Wise choice
2 Likes #30
but who's gonna pedal the thingamajig if you're not there :p
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CoTFb23XEAAVwCT.jpg

GAVINLEWISHUKD
...I'll be avoiding the city centre tomorrow.
#31
DarkEnergy2012
but who's gonna pedal the thingamajig if you're not there :phttps://pbs.twimg.com/media/CoTFb23XEAAVwCT.jpg
GAVINLEWISHUKD
...I'll be avoiding the city centre tomorrow.
Not our contract
#32
DarkEnergy2012
but who's gonna pedal the thingamajig if you're not there :phttps://pbs.twimg.com/media/CoTFb23XEAAVwCT.jpg
GAVINLEWISHUKD
...I'll be avoiding the city centre tomorrow.

Well if he is not there he can spend some time getting my energy bill right!
#33
moneysavingkitten
I'm shocked to learn there is a beach in Nottingham!
Also hope that it passes peacefully.
A beach? it's an oversized sandpit - nothing more, nothing less but we like to treat our underprivileged kids to a seaside experience because the majority of the parents haven't enough money to take them to Skeggy as weed and alcohol is too expensive.
#34
philphil61
moneysavingkitten
I'm shocked to learn there is a beach in Nottingham!
Also hope that it passes peacefully.
A beach? it's an oversized sandpit - nothing more, nothing less but we like to treat our underprivileged kids to a seaside experience because the majority of the parents haven't enough money to take them to Skeggy as weed and alcohol is too expensive.

It's a sweet idea. I can't imagine what it would be like to have never been to the beach, it must be very sad. It does look like sandpit sand though and no one can recreate looking at the sea.
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livinthedream
Shaydog
It might not rain, but I'm reasonably sure it's going to heil.
disgusting comment that "HEIL" or is it because they question the Islamification of UK ?
they are far less harmful than some followers of the "book" who have been murdering like Hitlers own did for non-conformation

Two things you will never see... members of the EDL holding banners like this on the streets of the UK...

http://ejpress.org/imagegallery/49994_detail_hitler%20you%20are%20right.png

... and Shaydoggie posting comments critical of people like the one pictured above.
2 Likes #36
moneysavingkitten
philphil61
moneysavingkitten
I'm shocked to learn there is a beach in Nottingham!
Also hope that it passes peacefully.
A beach? it's an oversized sandpit - nothing more, nothing less but we like to treat our underprivileged kids to a seaside experience because the majority of the parents haven't enough money to take them to Skeggy as weed and alcohol is too expensive.
It's a sweet idea. I can't imagine what it would be like to have never been to the beach, it must be very sad. It does look like sandpit sand though and no one can recreate looking at the sea.

Lol - don't suppose you've ever been to Skeggy? Sometimes you can be on the beach front and say "Where's the sea" Last time I went there for a day out with the Mrs and her carers we left Nottingham in glorious hot sunshine to drive 80 odd miles to Skeggy only to hit a cloudy damp rain sodden beach and the fish and chips have really gone down hill << that might of saved the day but no.


Edited By: philphil61 on Aug 05, 2016 20:17
1 Like #37
moneysavingkitten
philphil61
moneysavingkitten
I'm shocked to learn there is a beach in Nottingham!
Also hope that it passes peacefully.
A beach? it's an oversized sandpit - nothing more, nothing less but we like to treat our underprivileged kids to a seaside experience because the majority of the parents haven't enough money to take them to Skeggy as weed and alcohol is too expensive.
It's a sweet idea. I can't imagine what it would be like to have never been to the beach, it must be very sad. It does look like sandpit sand though and no one can recreate looking at the sea.

It is sand pit sand. When it's finished with it gets collected up and then mixed with grit for winter roads.
1 Like #38
stuarthanley
Aiden1512
stuarthanley
Aiden1512
stuarthanley
I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them
When they were protesting in Dudley all the town was sealed of with metal barriers and all roads were closed too. Can't remember if it was EDL or BF. Everything was "locked down"(_;)
And if I remember rightly, it all went off without any incidents whatsoever (according to the express & star anyway)
I think there were about 30 or so arrests.
Maybe not then. I know they had a demo in Walsall a couple of years ago. That didn't end well BUT I also understand that gangs of protesters clashed with them and it was equally as bad from both sides.
Were the EDL shipped in on buses paid for by the main unions as well as the uaf ?
#39
livinthedream
stuarthanley
Aiden1512
stuarthanley
Aiden1512
stuarthanley
I wonder how many runways and roads they'll have to close because of them
When they were protesting in Dudley all the town was sealed of with metal barriers and all roads were closed too. Can't remember if it was EDL or BF. Everything was "locked down"(_;)
And if I remember rightly, it all went off without any incidents whatsoever (according to the express & star anyway)
I think there were about 30 or so arrests.
Maybe not then. I know they had a demo in Walsall a couple of years ago. That didn't end well BUT I also understand that gangs of protesters clashed with them and it was equally as bad from both sides.
Were the EDL shipped in on buses paid for by the main unions as well as the uaf ?
Last time they were all parked in the castle grounds and marched from there
3 Likes #40
Shaydog
I love that everyone can protest, even if lots of the causes are moronic.
agree for once , how moronic to burn poppies at soldiers homecoming celebrations

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