Socialist Worker


by Ian McKendrick
Issue No. 1876

About 100 people attended a march round Bicester town centre on Saturday after the Bicester Refugee Support Group called a demonstration against racism and fascism. The demonstration was called after the National Front intimidated people not to shop at a French farmers market.

The march was supported by local church groups, Oxfordshire Unison Health and Oxford Anti Nazi League. This was the first and much needed demonstration against a small group of Nazis who continue to try to build in the town after their defeat in the May elections.

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Sat 8 Nov 2003, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1876
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