Punches flew, a few weeks after 9/11, on the streets of Luton. The town has a large Muslim population. As a result, even then, before the English Defence League moved in, it was a magnet for Britain’s white supremacists. But this fight was different. The warring parties could not be separated by the usual yardsticks: white skin versus brown, Christian versus Muslim. All were Islamic fundamentalists, and happy to admit it.
Someone named Memphis Barker wrote this, Britain has no shortage of his type.