Nick Lowles’ blog

Nick is HOPE not hate co-ordinator, see all Nicks blogs

Saturday Stop By

Monday, 21 July 2014

The city of Leicester is rightly famed for being a cultural melting pot. A wonder down Avenue Road in leafy Clarendon Park will take you past a Church, Synagogue, Hindu Temple and a Mosque; a beacon of how people from different ethnicities and backgrounds can live side-by-side in peace and  more...

The Big Iftar in Leicester

Thursday, 17 July 2014


Not much will entice me to break my usual Saturday morning ritual of coffee, crossword and a date with the lovely James Martin but when I received an e mail about the Saturday Stop By I was intrigued and excited in equal measure. I am aware of other initiatives which  more...

The Insider’s blog

Getting under the skin of the far-right, see all Insiders blogs

Some more bad news for Griffin

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Griffin: He'll be blaming the Jews

Whilst he may no longer be leader of the BNP or an MEP, Nick Griffin at least has his severance from the European Parliament to look forward to... Or does he? I understand that an application has been made by a certain corporate recovery service to grab Griffin's payment for themselves.  more...

No BNP bloodletting, yet

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Adam Walker: Best man for the top job?

Yesterday we reported that Nick Griffin had stepped down as the leader of the British National Party (BNP) to be replaced by Adam Walker. We had twice before reported that Griffin was facing mounting internal pressure to resign and even named names last month in what had amounted to a  more...

Purple Rain blog

Putting UKIP under the magnifying glass, see all PR blogs

Bolton UKIP: War Of Words

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

A war of words has broken out amongst Bolton UKIP officials after one of their councillors on Bolton Council refused to apologise for making sexist comments on social media. Paul Richardson made the comments after the government reshuffle just last week. The reshuffle saw five female MPs made into senior ministers by  more...

UKIP Support Plummets According To New Poll

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Bad news for UKIP it seems as their popularity apears to be on a downward curve. Support for the xenophobic party has plummented according to a new survey conducted by the Guardian/ICM poll. UKIP has fallen acked to single figures at only 9%, down 7% from just last month. ICM research interviewed a  more...