Unite Against Fascism
24 June 2008
Thousands of people took to the streets of London last Saturday to join the national march against the fascist British National Party (BNP).
26 February 2008
Anti-fascist activists will be discussing the fight against the Nazi BNP at the Unite Against Fascism (UAF) national conference, which is due to take place this Saturday 1 March at the TUC Congress House in central London.
19 February 2008
Anti-fascist activists are mobilising for the Unite Against Fascism (UAF) national conference, which is to take place on Saturday 1 March at the TUC Congress House in central London.
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).
04 November 2006
Some 300 people joined a Unite Against Fascism (UAF) rally in Dudley last Sunday on the site of a proposed new Mosque. It was organised in response to a demonstration held by 30 BNP supporters two weeks earlier on the same site.
07 January 2006
Anti-fascist campaigners and trade union activists across the Yorkshire and Humberside region are planning a protest outside Leeds Crown Court later this month to coincide with the trial of Nick Griffin, leader of the fascist British National Party (BNP).
05 February 2005
UNITE AGAINST Fascism (UAF) activists across Yorkshire are gearing up to see off the threat posed by the BNP at the forthcoming general election.
10 April 2004
CAMPAIGNERS HANDED out about 600,000 leaflets against the British National Party (BNP) during the Unite Against Fascism day of action last weekend. "It was a tremendous step in getting the message out that we are going to stop the BNP making headway in the elections on 10 June," says Weyman Bennett, joint secretary of Unite Against Fascism (UAF). Everywhere we heard reports of people joining Unite in significant numbers and many more delighted to see the campaign taking off. It is a springboard to mass leafleting on 1 May, when we are aiming to hand out not hundreds of thousands, but millions of leaflets. We are going to build on last weekend to get even more people involved."
28 June 2003
He won't even allow tax debate
NEWSPAPERS and most politicians united in an angry howl of rage last week. They were outraged by the suggestion that company directors presently grasping £500,000 a year might have to get by on £25,000 or even £50,000 less. A newspaper owner grabbing £2 million a year might lose £150,000! How would he survive! Last week in the corporate hospitality rooms at Royal Ascot the parasites from the City and big business quaffed £500 bottles of champagne and stuffed themselves with £300 lobster lunches.