More than 300 boats took part in the Great River Race on Saturday.
Several hundred supporters of the English Defence League assembled in Bermondsey on Saturday to march across the river to Tower Hamlets.
Saturday recap: EDL march across Tower Bridge + Great River Race on the Thames se1.info/14B9Ecs
Just published - English Defence League supporters march across Tower Bridge goo.gl/fb/9wORL
Police: 14 arrests in connection with EDL demo + approx 150 arrests in connection with anti-EDL counter-demo.
Pic of EDL's Tommy Robinson (Stephen Lennon) being led away by police in Tower Bridge Road a bit earlier on: pic.twitter.com/2wt3Os1Ey7
Tension on Tooley Street as final drunken EDL marchers make their way to station, shouting and swearing
Shutters down at Tooley Street Costcutter till EDL leave the area pic.twitter.com/YmCo5GX7qO
Police horses in Lafone Street pic.twitter.com/ST6Z4RbyQh
At least 15 police vans on Jamaica Road including many from Hampshire and Thames Valley forces
Several shops and pubs around Tooley Street shut including Co-op near Dockhead. EDL supporters heading east to Jamaica Road chanting
Suspect rain will hasten dispersal of EDL crowd
Police urging EDL to leave quietly and respect local residents.
EDL leader Tommy Robinson has just been arrested in Tower Bridge Road
EDL contained on southern approach to Tower Bridge.
March is moving again and approaching Queen Elizabeth Street
EDL seem to have stopped on Tower Bridge
Police await return of EDL to Southwark pic.twitter.com/YU3lRwgSUO
EDL march returning to Southwark via Tower Bridge
Road strewn with beer bottles and cans where EDL assembled pic.twitter.com/PdcrUm5NaS
3 bedroom flat next to the railway bridge in Newington Causeway, Elephant & Castle £1.38 million: rightmove.co.uk/property-for-s…
eastlondonlines Scrap breaking out between EDL stewards and EDL supporters
EDL march returns to Southwark later this afternoon after rally near Aldgate
EDL chanting anti-Islamic slogans as they cross Tower Bridge
peterjohn6 Only a couple of hundred EDL supporters have bothered to turn up at their march - more Police and press. But EDL never welcome in Southwark.
EDL now on the move
EDL march due to cross Tower Bridge very soon
eastlondonlines Tommy Robinson currently walking around outside of main group
eastlondonlines Robinson currently trying to get police to stop making march start now says "loads more are nearly here"
@bitoclass conditions on the river look tough - race more strung out than some years
#GreatRiverRace leading boat now at Tower Bridge
eastlondonlines Police clearing out photographers and journos in prep for the march "unless you want to join it"
First #GreatRiverRace competitors approaching Tower Bridge on the Thames as EDL prepare to march across the top
eastlondonlines Currently following EDL march. Walk from London bridge to tower bridge - lots of small but intimidating groups of EDL supporters
@dickieGT think EDL applied to gather in Tooley Street but Met chose to contain them in QE St
The @MPSinthesky helicopter is hovering over Shad Thames keeping an eye on the EDL march forming up in Queen Elizabeth Street
If you are near the Thames look out for @GreatRiverRace passing through central London heading upriver very soon.
Tower Bridge closed to traffic in both directions due to impending EDL march
EDL gathering in Queen Elizabeth Street pic.twitter.com/zKD1FYaPG7
Lots of police in Tooley Street as EDL supporters make their way to start of march across Tower Bridge
Free lunchtime organ recital at St George's Cathedral se1.info/14swfNy
Jumble Sale in Bermondsey this afternoon se1.info/1cPUZ2o
The Great River Race: more than 300 unpowered craft on the Thames today se1.info/19sFTxS
Members of the English Defence League will gather in Southwark today to march across Tower Bridge: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/7061
The Great British Carnival comes to the Thames se1.info/18CeM2q
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