Original article from Kent Live
Four people have been arrested at a right wing protest in Dover today (May 29).
A pre-planned protest took place in the town with approximately 60 people reported to be taking part.
The march had first been organised on social media at the end of April after similar protests had taken place last September and in 2016.
Kent Police attended the scene as protesters marched with St George's flags and chanted "English streets".
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Officers arrested two people on suspicion of public order offences and two people on suspicion of obstructing the highway.
Superintendent Andy Gadd said: "Today’s protest has taken place with minimal disruption to the local community.
"Four people have been arrested and our enquiries into those incidents continue.
"I’d like to thank the local community and those travelling through the area for their patience and understanding as we worked to balance the rights of those taking part in the protest with those living and working in Dover."
The four arrested remain in custody.
Protesters had been seen letting off smoke bombs and brandishing anti-immigration banners in pictures and videos online.
They also caused major delays on the A20 as lorries were forced to line up, unable to reach the important shipping port.