A Pro-Brexit march organized by the right-wing group Frontline Patriots was blocked by a high turnout of ant-fascist protesters in Liverpool on Saturday. The few Frontline Patriots members who had turned up for the march were unable to leave Moorfields train station, which was meant to serve as the rally's starting point, due to the presence of the counter demonstration. «What you've done... Еще today, and have done so often in the past, makes me think we can stop these bastards. We've done it before, we can do it again,» said member of UAF [United Against Fascism] Paul Sillet addressing the Anti-fascist protesters. The Anti-fascist protesters later marched on the route previously planned for the pro-Brexit march. Two people were reportedly arrested, one for suspicion of breach of the peace, and over a public order offence. According to reports, police would not say to which group those arrested belonged to.