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Anti-fascists organise to stop Nazi march in Dover

by John Flaig
Issue No. 2487

Anti-racists in Dover are building opposition to a planned anti-refugee march by the Nazi National Front (NF) and other fascists on Saturday 30 January.

Activists have distributed thousands of flyers. The NUT union has backed the mobilisation.

The Unite union’s South East region has agreed to pay travel for members that want to go and the North West region is sending a coach.

Local Labour Party branches have backed the call and Unite Against Fascism (UAF) chair and shadow minister Diane Abbott has sent a message of support.

Assemble 11am, Dover Market Place, CT16 1PJ. Called by Kent Anti Racism Network and backed by UAF and others.

UAF Scotland has organised two meetings in Glasgow and Edinburgh to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.

Never Again—the Fight against Racism and Fascism in Europe Today
Tuesday 26 Jan, 7.30pm, STUC, Glasgow G3 6NG. Wednesday 27 Jan, 7pm, University of Edinburgh, Lecture Theatre 5, 2 Appleton Tower, Edinburgh EH8 9LE

UAF National Conference will take place on Saturday 6 February, 9.30am-4.30pm NUT HQ Hamilton House, London WC1H 9BD

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