Six people have been arrested after a far-right group and two anti-fascist movements gathered in Liverpool city centre.
National Action cancelled its “White Man March” following two earlier counter-protests by the Anti-Fascist Network and Unite Against Fascism.
Police said there was disruption to traffic and some “minor disorder” in the Lime Street area, with one man treated for facial injuries.
Chief Inspector Chris Gibson, of Merseyside Police, said: “We worked with partners to ensure minimum disruption to businesses and residents and we’d like to thank the public for their patience while these marches were ongoing in the city.
“The force recognises the right of people to demonstrate peacefully and express their views but the force will not tolerate disorder anti-social behaviour during any demonstrations in Merseyside.”
National Action staged a “White Man March” in Newcastle city centre in March which also attracted a counter-demonstration.