A group of masked far-right protesters staged a demonstration in Liverpool city centre.
Members of the National Action group – wearing face masks, hoods and sunglasses – gathered in Church Street this afternoon.
The demonstration by up to 20 members came just one day after the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
National Action describes itself online as a “bold new nationalist initiative formed by experienced youth activists”.
The demonstrators arrived in Church Street with flyers and banners, but were quickly moved on by police.
One of the leaflets being handed out said: “Cleanse Britain of parasites!”
A worried onlooker told the ECHO: “They had Union Jacks and were wearing masks.
Meanwhile the Sunday Mirror revealed the following news
The Sunday Mirror today exposes the ugly face of a dangerous far-right group hellbent on spreading race hate across Britain.
And we can reveal anti-terror police are monitoring several members of the National Action group, which on Saturday held a demo at a city centre train station.
Our probe unmasks Hitler fanatic Benjamin Raymond as a leader of National Action – an organisation riding a tide of support for ultra right-wing parties in Europe.
In one internet post, the 25-year-old spells out his vile beliefs writing: “There are non-whites and Jews in my country who all need to be exterminated. As a teenager, Mein Kampf changed my life. I am not ashamed to say I love Hitler.”
Particularly worrying to security services, is Raymond’s and fellow leader Alex Davies’ deliberate targeting of young and vulnerable students as potential new recruits over the past year.
National Action posters have been found at a dozen UK universities.