Since when did EDL mean disco?

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Since when did EDL mean disco?
16th October 2014

When the letters EDL are spoken, most people would think of the English Defence League - but fine art graduate Chris Alton wants to change that.

He has set up a new antiracism campaign is trying to hijack the EDL acronym to become English Disco Lovers.

For the last two years, Chris has used the power of dance and social media to try and change the meaning of EDL.

His campaigning project has seen him recently win a London Art prize.

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