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150 anarchists are expected in Cambridge this weekend Police have warned them not to start any trouble14:59, 11 APR 2017Updated16:08, 11 APR 2017Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailAnarchists have been warned not to start trouble as police prepare for their housing demonstration in Cambridge this weekend.
About 150 protestors from anarchist group Class War are planning to demonstrate outside the new million homes in Water Street at 2pm on Saturday (April 15), which last week were defaced with Latin graffiti in a protest against the lack of affordable housing.Insp Matt Johnson of Cambridgeshire Constabulary said there were always concerns when anarchist groups from outside Cambridge came to the city and he was keen to avoid a "repeat" of violent events in the past."We are quite used to having demonstrations most weekends of some sort and, ordinarily, I would not be concerned," he said. "Normally, they are local demonstrators, not people coming from outside into Cambridge."We do not want a repeat of violent things we have seen new kate spade bags in the past that are sometimes associated with anarchists.Anarchists to rally in Cambridge after homes defaced with Latin graffiti"We have demonstrations most weekends and most of them pass without police involvement. That is fine, but we don't want trouble. It is more about people jumping on the anarchist bandwagon and making it something it isn't."Graffiti on new houses in Water Street, Cambridge. Picture: Warren GunnIt was originally expected 50 anarchists would turn up but that number is now kate spade discount looking closer to 150.Ian Bone, of Class War, which recently squatted in buildings near Buckingham Palace, dismissed concerns that the demonstrations would turn violent.Clean up starts deals at kate spade outlet on Latin graffiti daubed on million Cambridge homesHe said it was not going to be that sort of event and that, while there would be some "playful kate spade hours stunts", it would be a family oriented demonstration with people bringing their children.Ian Bone will be joined by anarchists from Cambridge and further afield"We will be there for two or three hours," said Mr Bone. "We are just high lighting the lack of affordable housing.'Cambridge's housing market is crazy': Your views on anarchist rally after Latin graffiti daubed on new homes"There is no need for anyone to do anything violent. We aren't occupying buildings or anything like that. People will be bringing kids and stuff like that. It will be good fun.
There will be a few stunts of course, to keep people from dying of boredom. It'll be well worth going along.".