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  • "
    ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
    Ashles wrote: "You stated that you made an assumption. OED 'assume' - "Suppose to be the case, without proof" Yes that's right. It's called how scepticism works. Scepticism towards claims you believe are untrue. Why, do you automatically believe everything you are told? (Come to think of it - that could explain a few of the Marchers. Imagine being so stupid as to believe without question or critical thinking every single thing you're told or read in the tabloids...)
    So now you're upset that someone has discussed you admitting to have made an assumption. Diddums.
    It must be bizarre to read words and interpret them entirely differently to what is actually written.
    Again could explain a lot...

    It's also painfully transparent how you are trying to change the subject from what it was - that the Marchers did not appear interested in expressing their 'National Pride' in the more normal methods of fairs, events and community activites, but preferred instead to simply go on a walk and shout.

    You made vague implications (apparently didn't even have the confidence to outright claim) that the marchers may have done other things in the lead-up.
    I pointed out that without any evidence towards this it was entirely reasonable for me to assume this was not the case."
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March for England route to be reviewed after Brighton road collapse

March for England route to be reviewed after Brighton road collapse

March for England route to be reviewed after road collapse

March for England route to be reviewed after road collapse

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Sunday's March for England event may be moved following the collapse of a road, police have confirmed.

The annual nationalist march is due to be held along the A259 King’s Road, Brighton.

Earlier this morning (April 25) part of the road collapsed.

Workmen had been fixing a fire exit at the Fortune of War pub, situated below the road.

The hole is located where nationalists are due to congregate ahead of the march on Sunday.

A Sussex Police spokeswoman said experts were on the scene carrying out an inspection.

She added a decision would be made later today or tomorrow into whether the march should be moved further down the road.

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