About 100 nationalists are in Brighton today to take part in this year's March for England
Scores of anti-fascists are also in the city to protest at the march, which they describe as racist
A ring of steel has been put up on roads leading up from the seafront into The Lanes in anticipation of trouble
There have been clashes in West Street, where nationalists and anti-fascists shouted at each other from either side of the street
The march is starting at 12.30pm from the bottom of Middle Street along the seafront to Pool Valley
The march itself has passed with little trouble - but there have been several clashes as the nationalists made their way back to Brighton Station
Queens Road came to a standstill and Brighton Station could not be accessed as both nationalists and anti-fascists were kettled by police
The marchers finally left Brighton at around 3pm. Skirmishes between police and anti-fascists are continuing.