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Stop the Nazi hate-fest as Nick Griffin shows his true colours

14 July 2009
Nick Griffin, the Nazi leader of the British National Party (BNP), has continued to defend comments he made last week calling for boats with migrants on them to be sunk.

Racists try to march in Birmingham

07 July 2009
A group of racist thugs attempted to march through Birmingham city centre last Saturday chanting anti-Muslim slogans.

Stop BNP Nazis from spreading their hate

07 July 2009
The fascist British National Party (BNP) is hoping to use its summer "festival" as a rallying point to promote its Nazi politics – but anti-fascists are determined to stop its plans.

How the Nazis win

07 July 2009
Fascism has never crept into power. Nor has fascism ever been elected to power. Nor has it ever seized power directly – despite the fascists nurturing a mythology of "national revolution".

BNP success encourages racist rampage

30 June 2009
A cowardly attack on a well-known anti-fascist activist in the West Midlands has confirmed the thuggery of fascist British National Party (BNP) supporters.

BNP gains led to this racist attack

30 June 2009
A brutal racist attack on a 17 year old Asian woman in a park in Rochdale last week left her suffering horrific injuries.

The ‘Devil’ who helped drive Nazis out of Italy

30 June 2009
For somebody who was born just after the First World War, Luigi Fiori is an amazingly busy person.

Race hate terror suspects on trial

30 June 2009
Four recent court cases in different parts of Britain shed some light on what methods those who advocate an all-white Britain would use to achieve their ends.

Debates around reporting BNP

23 June 2009
Around 50 media workers met in the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) headquarters last week to discuss how best to respond to the threat of the Nazi BNP.

Nazis show true colours at Blackpool protest

23 June 2009
Britain’s fascists let their mask of respectability slip when they were confronted by a lively 150-strong protest in Blackpool last Saturday.

Anti-fascist workshop held in Newham

23 June 2009
Twenty local young people attended a workshop on fighting the fascist British National Party (BNP) in Newham, east London, on Tuesday of last week.

Why the Nazis hate democracy

16 June 2009
Thousands of anti-­fascists were cheered to see the British National Party’s (BNP) leader Nick Griffin driven from an attempted press conference by some well-aimed eggs last week.

Leeds rallies against Nazis

16 June 2009
A 600-strong rally against the Nazi British National Party took place in Leeds on Saturday of last week. Trade unionists, community representatives, LGBT and disabled groups and Unite Against Fascism all addressed the rally.

Post workers reject BNP: ‘I’m damned if I’m going to deliver their racist filth’

16 June 2009
Hundreds of thousands of leaflets for the fascist British National Party (BNP) went undelivered during the recent elections after many postal workers used a "conscience clause" agreement with Royal Mail and refused to handle them.

Anti-fascist diary

16 June 2009
Reporting the BNP Meeting for journalists at National Union of Journalists (NUJ) headquarters, 308 Gray’s Inn Road, London WC1X 8DPThursday 18 June, 6.30pm Events are also being organised outside London, for details email <a href="mailto:campaigns@nuj.org.uk">campaigns@nuj.org.uk</a>

Racist ideas fuel the BNP

16 June 2009
The election of two fascist BNP MEPs has led to predictably craven reactions from some quarters.

‘The BNP’s answer to blame immigration is clearly no solution to the crisis’

09 June 2009
Sarah Hewitt, CWU rep Doncaster delivery office ‘Hearing that the BNP had won a big vote in Doncaster and an MEP in my region left me feeling shocked and betrayed.

Nazis make breakthroughs in Europe

09 June 2009
Several of the British National Party’s Nazi allies across Europe made a breakthrough in the elections.

Protests against the Nazi BNP

09 June 2009
Opposition to the Nazi British National Party (BNP) brought hundreds onto the streets on Monday evening – just hours after the news that the BNP had picked up European Parliament seats in the North West and in Yorkshire & the Humber.

Anti-fascist movement can push back the BNP after their Euro success

09 June 2009
Thousands of people reacted with anger and dismay when the news broke early Monday morning that the fascist British National Party (BNP) had made a major breakthrough into mainstream politics – picking up two seats in the European parliament.

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