Rival protesters have clashed following a far-right march in Liverpool.
Marchers from the so-called North West Frontline Patriots were far outnumbered by anti-fascist counter-protesters, according to local media.
Trouble inevitably broke out, though only two people were arrested by Merseyside Police on Saturday.
Cops said one person was held on suspicion of breach of the peace, while the other was arrested over a public order offence.
A spokeswoman for the force was not able to say which group the detained individuals were supporting.
Liverpool mayor Joe Anderson had celebrated the counter-protest, tweeting: “Peaceful people power chased the fascists off our streets.”
Hundreds of supporters of the Democratic Football Lads’ Alliance clashed with police as well as counter protesters.
Additional reporting by Press Association.