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EDL Demo in Worcester POSTPONED

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EDL Demo in Worcester POSTPONED

Time: March 22, 2014 from 1pm to 3pm
Location: Worcester
Event Type: demo, edl, uk
Organized By: The English Defence League
Latest Activity: Mar 5, 2014

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Comment by Kinana on March 5, 2014 at 22:06

http://www.englishdefenceleague.org/worcester-demo-postponed/

There are very genuine reasons for the EDL to protest in Worcester. We are firmly convinced that the local community needs our support, despite violent counter-protests from communist and extreme socialist activist groups who, under the banner of so-called anti-fascism, have attempted to persuade the authorities and local leaders that we are not welcome. However, having seen the hardships that same community is facing as a result of the bad weather, with the threat of more to come, we feel that for the moment the best way we can support the local community is to postpone the demonstration that had been planned for March 22nd. We trust that by so doing, the local authorities will be able to concentrate their activities on providing the services that the community has every right to expect in these difficult times.

We extend our best wishes to the hard-pressed people of Worcester in the hope that they will be successful in getting the city quickly back on its feet. The reasons for our demonstration remain as valid as they were and we offer them our assurance that they will not be forgotten. When the community has recovered from the present situation, we will announce a new date for the demonstration.

Comment by Kinana on March 1, 2014 at 16:21

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