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Updated: Anti-arms protesters take to streets in Brighton and Hove
Buy this photo » SmashEDO protesters gather outside Barclays Bank in Brighton
Anti-arms group Smash EDO is marching through central Brighton to Hove today (June 4) over the possibility of military action against Iran.
The protesters are gathering outside Barclays bank in North Street at noon, then planning to march along Western Road to Hove Town Hall Their event is aimed at opposing “the prospect of war with Iran”.
A spokesman for the group said: “It is important that we build an anti-war movement that learns the lessons of the Iraq war in order to prevent further bloodshed.”
Previous Smash EDO events have ended in confrontations with police.
But today's demonstration passed peacefully, with no arrests.
Chief Superintendent Graham Bartlett, the Sussex Police city commander for Brighton and Hove, said: "This is the first time this group had shared their plans in an open letter to the media and I'm pleased to say it went as outlined. Police have an important role to help facilitate those who exercise their right to free speech in a peaceful way and we did that today."
Argus reporter Ben Parsons Tweeted live from the protest from noon. Additional Tweets from Sussex Police and SmashEDO, and comments from readers, are also included in the live blog below.