Two men arrested in Belfast over National Front leaflets

National Front leaflet National Front leaflets were distributed in south Belfast

Detectives investigating an allegation that National Front leaflets have been distributed in south Belfast have arrested two men.

The pair, aged 33 and 49, are being held on suspicion of the distribution of written material with intent to incite hatred.

The leaflets are alleged to have been distributed in the Tates Avenue area.

The two men are currently helping police with their enquiries.

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