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Anti-Nazi protest

Issue No. 1768

ANTI NAZI League activists, other anti-fascists and local residents protested in west London outside the Shirland Road Nazi 'charity shop' on Saturday. The protest got off to a great start when we discovered that the Nazis had chosen not to open the shop for the day.

The main object of the protest was to make local people aware that the shop, which still advertises itself as a charity shop, is actually a front for the Italian fascist Roberto Fiore.

He is still wanted by the Italian authorities for the 1985 Bologna bombing in which 85 people died. The protest was just the start of a locally based ANL campaign that will only cease when the shop is finally closed down.


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Sat 29 Sep 2001, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1768
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