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Sunday, 14 February 2016

Two Bradford men, aged 27 and 29, arrested on suspicion of affray after vehicles are damaged on Hamm Strasse and Lumb Lane

Two Bradford men, aged 27 and 29, arrested on suspicion of affray after vehicles are damaged on Hamm Strasse and Lumb Lane
Members of Britain First based themselves on Darley Street in Bradford city centre yesterday afternoon


Two Bradford men, aged 27 and 29, arrested on suspicion of affray after vehicles are damaged on Hamm Strasse and Lumb Lane

Police have confirmed that two men were arrested following an unannounced visit to Bradford by the far-right group Britain First. 
The Bradford men, aged 27 and 29, were arrested on suspicion of affray after a vehicle belonging to the group was damaged. 
Officers are conducting enquiries and reviewing CCTV footage following the incident, which took place on Hamm Strasse in the city centre just before 3.15pm yesterday. 
The two men were in police custody last night. 
Another of the group's vehicles was damaged in an earlier incident on Lumb Lane at about 3pm.
Around 30 members of Britain First, which describes itself as a "patriotic political party", based themselves in Darley Street in the city centre yesterday afternoon, handing out copies of the group's free newspaper to members of the public. 
Superintendent Damien Miller, of Bradford District Police, said: “Enquiries are continuing into this affray following the unannounced arrival of around 30 Britain First members to Bradford. 
“The group visited Darley Street and  Lumb Lane but did not parade. 

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