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English Defence League: Far-right street protest movement
The English Defence League (EDL) is a far-right, Islamophobic organisation in the United Kingdom. A social movement and pressure group that employs street demonstrations as its main tactic, the EDL presents itself as a single-issue movement opposed to Islamism and Islamic extremism, although its rhetoric and actions target Islam and Muslims more widely. Founded in 2009, its heyday lasted until 2011, after which it entered a decline. It is presently chaired by Tim Ablitt.

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Videos for English Defence League

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About 3,000 people have joined former English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson in a protest against the BBC.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:53Published

 

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Tommy Robinson claims police harassed him

tommy robinson claims police harassed him
The ex-leader of the English Defence League takes Cambridgeshire Police to court.
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