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Anti-fascist round-up

01 March 2011
Stoke takes on the BNP Supporters of Unite Against Fascism (UAF) and the North Staffs Campaign Against Racism and Fascism (Norscarf) in Stoke-on-Trent have launched their campaign to kick the remaining five BNP councillors out of the council.

Barnsley protests as EDL backs the BNP

22 February 2011
Some 50 English Defence League members joined a British National Party (BNP) stall in Barnsley last Saturday.

BNP leader forced to run from journalists' club debate

14 January 2011
Protesters stopped Nick Griffin, leader of the Nazi British National Party (BNP), from speaking at meeting on Thursday of last week.


11 January 2011
How protest drove Nazi out of our city centre We found out that British National Party (BNP) candidate Gary Tumulty was working at a local Spar shop here in Manchester, after his details and picture were published online.

BNP plots return to the streets—and Oldham by-election

14 December 2010
The Nazi British National Party (BNP) planned a political turn at its annual conference on the weekend of 10 December in Leicester.

Barnbrook expulsion increases chaos in BNP

05 October 2010
The BNP has expelled Richard Barnbrook, its elected member on the London Assembly and one of the party’s senior figures.

Protest at court supports anti-fascist Martin Smith

04 September 2010
More than 200 people crowded onto the pavement outside the magistrates court in south west London on Tuesday morning to support Martin Smith. Martin, who is a national officer of Unite Against fascism (UAF) and also national coordinator of Love Music Hate Racism, was arrested on the protest outside the BBC when BNP leader Nick Griffin appeared on Question Time.

Turmoil in the BNP

17 August 2010
Richard Barnbrook, the fascist BNP’s only member on the London Assembly, has resigned the party’s whip to sit as an independent.

Crisis hits the BNP after Barking by-election disaster

20 July 2010
The fascist British National Party (BNP) branch in Barking, east London, is in crisis.

BNP fail in attempt to get back onto Barking council

09 July 2010
The BNP’s Richard Barnbrook was defeated in a council by-election in Goresbrook ward in Barking and Dagenham, East London, yesterday.

EDL and BNP - 'Tommy Robinson' link

29 June 2010
"Tommy Robinson" – spokesperson for the English Defence League (EDL) and a founder member of the group – is a Nazi.


01 June 2010
No such thing as a weekend racist It is disgraceful that the Nazi BNP teacher, Adam Walker, will still be able to teach children following his hearing at the General Teaching Council (GTC) in Birmingham last week.

BNP teacher cleared of intolerance despite calling immigrants 'savage animals'

27 May 2010
The General Teaching Council (GTC) has cleared a Nazi teacher, who taught at a school with pupils from immigrant backgrounds, of racial and religious intolerance.

Following up the anti-fascist success in Barking

19 May 2010
Where does the fight against the BNP go next in Barking and Dagenham, following the total wipeout of all 12 of the Nazis’ councillors?

Unite Against Fascism explains how the Nazi BNP was dealt a hammer blow in the election

14 May 2010
Weyman Bennett (Joint Secretary UAF)

BNP gets stuffed in Stoke too

11 May 2010
It wasn’t just in Barking that the BNP failed.

You can't beat the BNP by taking up their racism

11 May 2010
Some commentators have claimed that mainstream politicians being "tough" and "open" on immigration was the reason that the British National Party (BNP) had a terrible general election.

We drove the Nazi BNP out of Barking - let’s keep them out

11 May 2010
The BNP suffered two hammer blows in their top target seat of Barking, east London.

BNP wiped out in Barking - and deep losses elsewhere

07 May 2010
In a tremendous victory for anti-fascists, the BNP has lost every single seat it held on Barking council in east London. This comes on top of the shattering defeat for BNP leader Nick Griffin in the parliamentary seat.

Nazis fail to make serious gains but threat remains

07 May 2010
Barking and Stoke weren’t the only areas where the BNP were driven back. In most seats the BNP failed to achieve the gains they expected. And although the council results were still to be counted as this leaflet was produced, their votes looked likely to reflect their failure to make a breakthrough at the general election.

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