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Nick Griffin’s Bath trip goes down the plug hole

15 May 2007
Anti-fascist campaigners were celebrating this week after Bath university withdrew permission for the Nazi leader Nick Griffin to speak on campus.

BNP’s bigoted bandwagon brought down by anti-Nazi campaigners

08 May 2007
The fascist British National Party (BNP) was halted in its tracks at last Thursday’s local elections.

No platform the BNP at Bath University

08 May 2007
Members of the UCU lecturers’ unions in the south west of England are building for a protest against BNP leader Nick Griffin, who intends to speak at Bath university on Monday of next week.

Success of Love Music Hate Racism Wakefield gig

24 April 2007
Another highly successful Love Music Hate Racism (LMHR) gig was held in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, on Thursday of last week.

Out to block the BNP Nazis

10 April 2007
The fascist British National Party (BNP) is to contest a record number of seats in the elections on 3 May – but a broad coalition of trade unionists and activists has vowed to campaign against the Nazis on the ground.

Swansea Unite hits the streets

10 April 2007
Activists took to the streets of Swansea on Saturday afternoon last week to stand united against the fascist BNP. Roughly 50 people attended to help raise awareness of the BNP’s racist policies and encourage the public to use their vote against the fascists on 3 May.

Primo Levi and the unquenchable human spirit

07 April 2007
More than 60 years after the genocide of between 11 and 12 million people, the Nazi Holocaust remains a critical part of the human experience. The recorded testimony of it by eyewitnesses and victims has been turned into thousands of books – virtually all the literature is moving and important.

Anti-fascism around the country

31 March 2007
Anti-fascists around the country have started campaigning against the threat posed by the British National Party (BNP) at the elections on 3 May.

UAF conference calls for unity against BNP

24 February 2007
Some 600 delegates gathered at Unite Against Fascism’s annual conference in central London last Saturday to launch this year’s campaign against the British National Party (BNP).

BNP man pleads guilty to charge

17 February 2007
A former Nazi British National Party (BNP) candidate has admitted possessing explosive chemicals in anticipation of a civil war in Britain, Manchester Crown Court heard this week.

BNP candidate faces explosives trial

10 February 2007
What ought to be a high-profile trial concerning explosives and a massive haul of chemicals begins tomorrow (Monday). It will be interesting to see how the media handle it.

Unite organises against the BNP ballerina

13 January 2007
Musicians and workers at the English National Ballet (ENB) have reacted with outrage at the revelation that the company’s principal dancer, Simone Clarke, is a member of the fascist British National Party (BNP).

How Britain’s Nazis were smashed in the 1970s and 1990s

13 January 2007
One argument concerning contemporary fascist movements such as Jean-Marie Le Pen’s National Front in France claims that they cannot be fascist because they do not deploy stormtroopers against the left, blacks and Muslims.

British government bans dissident Iraqi MP

13 January 2007
Tony Blair likes to pretend that his murderous war on Iraq has "brought democracy" to the country – so why is his government refusing a whistleblowing Iraqi MP entry into Britain?

Protest puts pressure on the BNP ballerina Simone Clarke

13 January 2007
Up to 100 protesters demonstrated outside the London Coliseum theatre this lunchtime against the first performance by Simone Clarke, principal dancer at the English National Ballet (ENB), since she was revealed as a card-carrying member of the fascist British National Party (BNP).

Fascism is a reactionary force against the workers

06 January 2007
Fascism is not just another form of capitalist authoritarian rule, nor can it be reduced to a tool of big business or finance capital.

Anti-Nazis humiliate the BNP in Dagenham

16 December 2006
An attempt by the fascist British National Party (BNP) to hold a racist rally in Dagenham, east London, ended in its humiliation last Saturday.

BNP rally in Dagenham drowned out by anti-Nazi protests

09 December 2006
An attempt by the fascist British National Party (BNP) to hold a racist rally in Dagenham, east London, ended in humiliation for them on Saturday.

Demonstrate against the BNP’s racist rally

09 December 2006
Trade unionists, anti-racist campaigners and local community activists will be joining a demonstration in Dagenham, east London, this Saturday to protest against a racist rally organised by the fascist British National Party (BNP).

Success of Barrow Remember The Holocaust event

09 December 2006
Over 100 people came to the "Remember The Holocaust-Stop The Fascist BNP" event in Barrow on Wednesday of last week. The night featured a showing of the film Arek, which tells the story of Holocaust survivor Arek Hersh’s experiences.

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