Trevor Kelway

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Trevor Kelway, Source: Indy Media

Trevor Kelway emerged as a spokesman for the English Defence League around the time of its first protest in Birmingham on 8 August 2009, according to the Guardian:

In statements and phone interviews, Kelway pushed the line that the EDL was a peaceful, non-racist organisation, even promising that the last Birmingham protest would be "a great day out for all concerned".
When the day arrived EDL supporters were involved in running battles and police made 90 arrests.[1]

According to the Daily Mail, Kelway has had links with fascist groups including the BNP.[2]




  1. Robert Booth, Matthew Taylor and Paul Lewis, English Defence League: chaotic alliance stirs up trouble on streets, The guardian, 12 September 2007.
  2. Paul Bracchi And Tim Stewart, "Special Investigation: English Defence League and the hooligans spreading hate on the High Street", Daily Mail, 13 December 2010