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Anti-Nazi

Issue No. 1842

ANTI-NAZI activists canvassed homes in Beeston in Leeds following the firebombing of an Anti Nazi League member's car last week. The Nazi BNP thinks it can win a council seat in Beeston. Most people were disgusted with the actions of the Nazis and very happy to sign our petition.
Mick Dear


ASLEF, THE train drivers' union, believes that membership of the BNP is incompatible with union rules. Jay Lee, a BNP candidate in May 2002, was expelled from Aslef. Lee is appealing against the decision. Please give Aslef your full support by sending a message to 9 Arkwright Road, London NW3.

In Sandwell in the West Midlands the Unison union last week voted not to cooperate with any Nazi councillors elected in the borough.


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Sat 15 Mar 2003, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1842
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