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Right-winger charged with assault at Muslim poppy-burning protest
by Justin Davenport
The leader of the extreme Right-wing English Defence League was charged today with assaulting a police officer after clashes with Islamic protesters.
Stephen Lennon, 27, of Luton, was arrested during a clash with members of Muslims Against Crusades who burned poppies during the two-minute silence in Kensington yesterday.
The father of two, also known as Yaxley-Lennon and Tommy Robinson, was one of six EDL members arrested. He will appear at West London magistrates' court on November 22.
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