Anti-racism activists and community campaigners face the unenviable task of keeping a Britain First rally in check, in the city of Birmingham in England, UK.

The tense confrontation began in John Bright Street before making its way to Centenary Square.

Video courtesy of Rebels Without a Pause (RWAP Films)

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https://www.iambirmingham.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Screen-Shot-2017-12-11-at-03.49.21-1024x557.pnghttps://www.iambirmingham.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Screen-Shot-2017-12-11-at-03.49.21-220x140.pngStaff ReporterNewsPoliticsRacismVideosAnto-Racism,B'ham,BF,Birmingham,Britain First,Brum,City Centre,community,confrontation,demonstration,Jayda Fransen,news,Paul Golding,Protest,Racism,Rally,Rebels Without A Pause,RWAP,RWAP Films,UAF,Unite Against Fascism,VideoAnti-racism activists and community campaigners face the unenviable task of keeping a Britain First rally in check, in the city of Birmingham in England, UK. The tense confrontation began in John Bright Street before making its way to Centenary Square. https://youtu.be/-SzVbTyVCug Video courtesy of Rebels Without a Pause (RWAP Films)The latest news, updates and events in Birmingham