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Unite Against Fascism

Get the Nazis off our TV screens!

27 April 2010
Unite Against Fascism (UAF) held a protest outside the BBC on Monday evening against the airing of the British National Party’s (BNP) election broadcast.

Anti-fascist activist arrested

06 April 2010
Tom Sinden was arrested on the eve of the UAF protest against the EDL for allegedly spray painting anti Nazi slogans in Dudley town centre.

Stop the EDL thugs rioting in Dudley

30 March 2010
Unite Against Fascism (UAF) and Dudley trades council have called a counter-protest against the planned English Defence League (EDL) march in Dudley this Saturday, 3 April.

Stopping racists is not a crime—drop the charges against Weyman Bennett

30 March 2010
Activists are mobilising to defend Unite Against Fascism (UAF) joint secretary Weyman Bennett and other demonstrators arrested during the anti-racist protest in Bolton last month.


30 March 2010

Activists' diary

30 March 2010
Saturday 3 AprilProtest against the racist English Defence League in DudleyCalled by Unite Against FascismGo to <a href="">» </a>Saturday 10 AprilDefending the welfare state and public services march and rally

All on board with anti-Nazi bus drivers

30 March 2010
Speakers from Unite Against Fascism (UAF) have been touring union branches in the aftermath of the English Defence League (EDL) protest in Bolton last month.

Video of Bolton UAF demonstration against EDL, 20 March 2010

29 March 2010
Footage from throughout the day showing how police confronted Unite Against Fascism's demonstration against the racist English Defence League in Bolton

We were right to protest, say UAF organisers

23 March 2010
Unite Against Fascism has hit back at those who condemned its protest on Saturday, demanding an inquiry into police behaviour.

Now let’s stop the EDL in Dudley on 3 April

23 March 2010
The English Defence League’s next stop on its racist rampage is Dudley on Saturday 3 April. UAF is organising to stop it.

UAF week: pushing back the BNP in Barking

09 March 2010
MondayOrganising meeting with people from the local theatre, trade unionists from the CWU and Unison, students and residents. TuesdayMet women representing Kosovan Albanian, Rwandan, Turkish, Chinese and Asian groups. We agreed to produce leaflets in different languages and speak at a 400-strong Kosovan Albanian meeting.WednesdayAttended a London Metropolitan University lecturers’ meeting. They agreed to organise support. Students there are organising weekly UAF stalls.ThursdayFifty students attended University of East London UAF meeting. The president of the Isla

Unite Against Fascism launch in Wales

09 March 2010
Around 60 people came to the launch of Unite Against Fascism (UAF) Wales last Saturday in Cardiff.

UAF conference: Coming together to smash the Nazis

16 February 2010
More than 600 anti-Nazi campaigners came together at the Unite Against Fascism (UAF) conference last Saturday.

Stopping the BNP in 2010

12 January 2010
Unite Against Fascism (UAF) will hold its annual conference on Saturday 13 February in central London.

UAF Wales has launch success

15 December 2009
Over 30 representatives of trade unions, political parties and other campaigns met for the official launch of Unite Against Fascism (UAF) Wales last week.

Manchester UAF demonstrate against desecration of Muslim graves

01 December 2009
Over 100 people joined a Unite Against Fascism rally outside Southern Cemetery in Manchester last Sunday to protest against the desecration, for a third time, of Muslim gravesstones.

UAF calls emergency protest against BNP conference near Wigan

13 November 2009
Unite Against Fascism has heard that the BNP is holding its annual conference in Hindley Green, near Wigan, this weekend. UAF has called an emergency protest against the BNP. Meet at 12 noon on Saturday 14 November outside The Swan pub on Swan Lane, Hindley Green, Wigan WN2.

The Daily Mail vs the Nazis?

03 November 2009
There was a curious sight at the newsstands the morning after Nick Griffin’s Question Time appearance last month. All the papers featured either the Nazi British National Party (BNP) leader on their front pages, or the magnificent Unite Against Fascism (UAF) demo against him outside the BBC studios. And all of them were bitterly hostile to Griffin and his fascist agenda.

Raw video of UAF protest against Nazi Nick Griffin appearing on Question Time

23 October 2009
The footage shows thousands of people at the protest outside the BBC television studios in West London demanding that Nick Griffin, leader of the fascist British National Party, should not be given a platform to spout his Nazi filth on BBC1's flagship political discussion programme Question Time, Thursday 22 October 2009

What next for the movement?

18 August 2009
Unite Against Fascism (UAF) has been at the centre of building resistance to the Nazi BNP. It called the national mobilisation and blockades that took place at Codnor.

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