From British Freedom:
This is a quick update on the situation regarding Tommy Robinson, Kevin Carroll and Paul Weston.
Tommy has been denied bail and is locked up on the main wing of Wandsworth prison in London. He is in close proximity to Muslim prisoners, who are shouting various threats against him. As long as he is separated from them he should be safe, but if he should be attacked the Governor of Wandsworth Prison will be held accountable.
Kevin Carroll has been released. His home was broken into and searched, his work van impounded and searched by Special Branch. This appears to be a politically orientated attack on Mr Carroll with the intention clearly being to discredit him before the Police and Crime Commissioner election on 15th November.
Paul Weston was threatened with arrest for refusing to leave Wormwood Scrubs reception area without information about the whereabouts and safety of Tommy Robinson. Paul was briefly detained before being released. There is no charge against him.
The full power of the State appears to be concentrating on shutting down any political dissent. This does not really feel like a democratic country anymore. We will update this site as and when we get further information.
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According to the Telegraph these people have been arrested for "suspicion of conspiracy to cause public nuisance":
The 53 protesters, which also reportedly included a member of the group's executive, were arrested on motorways on the outskirts of the capital.
Dozens of officers in riot vans intervened before the members of the far right group reached the capital on Saturday afternoon for the surprise protest outside a mosque in Whitechapel, east London.
Scotland Yard said they were held following an “an intelligence-led, pre-event investigation into a planned disturbance in east London on the same day”.
They were stopped on the M25 motorway at J14, near Heathrow and J16, in Uxbridge, west London as well as the M3 at J3, near Bagshot, Surrey.
The Metropolitan Police said all 53 protesters were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to cause public nuisance but declined to confirm their intended location.