Battle of Cable Street: Mosley march clashes remembered

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Exactly 75 years ago The Battle of Cable Street took place in east London.

It was a clash between the police, who were overseeing a march by Sir Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists, and their opponents who included anti-fascists and local Jewish and Irish groups.

Three quarters of a century on, several protesters have spoken to Kurt Barling.

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