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@CasualsUnitedNT I think your question is being answered right now. 17/04/2014 19:17:37

@CasualsUnitedNT It is a balance of allowing both groups to protest, which is their right. 17/04/2014 19:07:31

@BeckiMarsh1 @suzycasuals A man was arrested on suspicion of GBH for that. I will try and find out what happened to him. 17/04/2014 18:45:56

@suzycasuals Steve has answered this one for you on the web chat. 17/04/2014 18:32:59

@suzycasuals Which question was it? Was it the section 60a question? 17/04/2014 18:25:39

@suzycasuals We have lots of questions coming in and are working through them. What would you like to know? 17/04/2014 18:18:27

@outsidethewhale He is getting through all the questions. Keep an eye on http://t.co/Kkff1V0BNa 17/04/2014 18:06:44

Live chat on #MarchforEngland now. Get involved at http://t.co/LrhUpkYeiN 17/04/2014 17:55:54

Live chat about March for England in Brighton starting now. Tweet us with your questions. 17/04/2014 17:38:42

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