UK: Clashes and arrests as activists disrupt far-right march in Dover

Clashes occurred between antifascist activists and police officers as they stopped them from reaching the far-right groups protesting against refugees and the European Union (EU) in Dover.
Some antifa activists were arrested by police as they tried to disrupt the protest. Meanwhile, far-right activists marched through the city waving British 'Union Jack' and English flags, along with fascist-related signs as the Celtic cross, and chanting slogans such as "no more refugees!"
The protest was called by the far-right group South East Alliance. Among the participants was Paul Pitt, a notorious far-right leader, who was wearing a t-shirt with the words "fuck ISIS" written on it. He also set an EU flag on fire, demanding that the United Kingdom (UK) leaves the EU.