Police arrest 90 after violent street clashes between Mohammedans and 'English Defence League' protesters in Birmingham

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  1. OT, but related – Paris taxi drivers revolt because the police expect
    them to obey the law:


    Taxi drivers revolt at Paris airport over ‘brutal’ arrest
    Access to terminal cut off for hours after tensions with police boil over
    By John Lichfield in Paris
    Wednesday, 2 September 2009

    [Drivers said the clashes began after the special police taxi unit arrested a 38-year-old driver called Zine, who was accused of failing to pay the monthly “rent” of €2,400 (£2,100) to the owner of his taxi badge, or licence. Other drivers protested that the arrest was unnecessarily brutal and that the police had no jurisdiction in a private dispute. One driver interviewed by French radio, Tarek Moktad, said that there had been growing tensions between the special police unit and taxi drivers who queued for return fares at Charles de Gaulle airport.

    “The police stop us from smoking, from playing cards and from praying,” he said. “We want the government officials to come here and see the situation for themselves.” When one driver had been arrested “violently”, he said, “the whole profession got into a temper”. ]

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