The ArgusMarch for England route to be reviewed after road collapse (From The Argus)

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March for England route to be reviewed after Brighton road collapse

The Argus: March for England route to be reviewed after road collapse March for England route to be reviewed after road collapse

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.

For the latest visit www.theargus.co.uk.

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