Two men were arrested during an anti-Brexit march in Sunderland.
Northumbria Police has confirmed that two men aged 42 and 48 were arrested for public order offences.
They each received a penalty notice.
Cross party campaign group North East for Europe organised the march through the city centre followed by speakers including MPs, a hospital doctor and ex-serviceman of the group Veterans for Europe.
Following the march a Northumbria Police spokesperson said: “Two men – aged 42 and 48 – were arrested for public order offences.
“As a result, both men received a penalty notice.”
At the event police were on hand to keep the two groups apart and ensure everyone's safety.