Byline: KATE PROCTOR PEACE campaigners are to unite against the English Defence League when they hold their biggest march of the year through Tyneside.
What does EDL stand for?
EDL stands for English Defence League (est. 2009; UK)
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We have 123 other meanings of EDL in our Acronym Attic
- Email Distribution List (various organizations)
- EMC Disk Library
- Emissaries of Divine Light
- End Degrading Link
- Engineering Data List
- Engineering Design Lab (various universities)
- Engineering Design Laboratory (various organizations)
- Engineering Development Lab
- Engineering Document Library
- Engineering Drawing List
- English Disco Lovers (internet movement; UK)
- Enhanced Data Link
- Enhanced Driver's License (driver's license and border-crossing identification)
- Enigma Development Language
- Enterprise Definition Language
- Entitlements Destroy Lives (website)
- Entreprise et Développement Local (French: Enterprise and Local Development)
- Entry Descent Landing (NASA)
- Environmental Disposal Liability
- Équations Différentielles Linéaires (French: Linear Differential Equations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A DEMONSTRATION by around 60 members of the English Defence League in Solihull passed off peacefully at the weekend.
Summary: The leader of the English Defence League has been jailed for 10 months after admitting using someone else's passport to travel to the US.
The far-right English Defence League held a series of demonstrations in Dudley over the proposed Mosque.
POSTING on the Liverpool Division English Defence League Facebook page, Cawley, this time using his own real name, unashamedly crowed: "See for yourself the all new anti-Islamic protection system to be installed in all your local supermarkets.
A bizarre day in the saga began with British Prime Minister David Cameron condemning the "poppy ban" as "appalling" before members of the British far-right organisation English Defence League mounted a rooftop protest at FIFA's Zurich headquarters.
According to a press release, the President of the European Parliament issued a statement supporting North West Conservative MEP, Sajjad Karim, after his house was besieged by members of the far Right English Defence League.
Police said they arrested more than 16 people after scuffles broke out and firecrackers were thrown by the crowd of more than 1,000 activists from the English Defence League .