Police and campaigners are urging people not to be provoked into violence during the English Defence League's demonstration in Bradford on Saturday 12 October.

The rally in the centre of Bradford will be the first by the EDL since the departure of its leader Tommy Robinson, who said he left the anti-Islamic group because "far-right extremism" had "ruined everything".

The leader of Bradford Council, David Green, has told people wishing to protest against the controversial group not to resort to violence or anger towards the EDL or the counter-demonstration by Unite Against Fascism.

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