More false information put out by Muhbeen Hussain?
Police has “no powers” to stop Pegida UK march
A RIGHT wing march in Rotherham town centre will go ahead on Saturday despite concerns from businesses, politicians and campaigners because police have no powers to stop it.
Muslim leaders drew up a petition to South Yorkshire Police’s interim Chief Constable Dave Jones which was signed by more than 60 men and women, including charity bosses, councillors and business owners.
They want to keep anti-Islam group Pegida UK — led by EDL founder Tommy Robinson — out of town.
500 extra officers to police Rotherham’s 16th far-right protest
AN EXTRA 500 police officers will be on the streets of Rotherham tomorrow as the town prepares for its 16th far-right protest in four years.
No ban on Rotherham ‘anti-Islamisation’ march
Police in Rotherham have rejected calls by community groups to ban an “anti-Islamisation” protest in the town.
Members of the UK branch of Pegida intend to hold a “silent march” on Saturday.
Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Jason Harwin said there was “no criteria met to ban the march”.
Mr Harwin said the cost of policing the parade would be about £250,000 and would involve an extra 500 officers on duty.
A letter signed by 69 groups asked the police to call on the Home Secretary Theresa May to use her powers to prevent the procession from going ahead.
Mr Harwin said he “fully understood the frustrations” of some sections of the community.
“The issue for us is that we have to police within the law,” he said.
“The law does not give us any powers to stop a protest.”
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