When UKIP and their controversial leader Nigel Farage announced an intention to visit liberal hotbed Brighton & Hove, it wouldn't have taken a professor of politics to predict that the best of British seaside of hospitality wouldn't be on offer for the eurosceptic party.
After storming success in May's local elections, Farage is under the microscope. As expected, anti-fascist demonstrators lined up outside Hove Town Hall in order to make a stand against UKIP's alleged racist, fascist and homophobic practices.
SQ Magazine's reporter Arif Ali was on the scene to cover both sides of the story, quizzing both demonstrators and UKIP members on the party's controversial place in UK politics. We've also got exclusive footage of the protesters who did their best to directly disrupt Nigel Farage's headline appearance.
For further coverage visit: http://www.sqmagazine.co.uk
Presenter: Arif Ali
Filming & Editing: @LewisScrafton