Nick Lowles’ blog

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

The terrorists win if we abandon our values

Sunday, 15 November 2015

HOPE not hate

I watched the unfolding events in Paris on Friday night with growing sense of concern, despair, helplessness and anger. By the end of the night I was outraged and wanted revenge. Just how could a small group of people cause so much carnage. I wanted someone to pay. I wanted  more...

We Stand Together

Saturday, 14 November 2015

We wake up this morning to the terrible and heart-breaking news of the horrendous terrorist attacks in Paris. Over 120 people dead and 200 injured. People whose only crime was going out on a Friday night in one of the world's great cities. Words cannot describe our shock, outrage and  more...

The Insider’s blog

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

Whatever happened to...

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

Collett: Has found someone with similar interests..

As part of an irregular column- a walk down memory lane, I'm going to update our readers about what has happened to some of our favourite fascists. Nick Griffin You thankfully hear very little about the former British National Party (BNP) leader. Well, he still does not have a job since losing  more...

Nazis in the know...

Sunday, 22 November 2015

British Voice: Bad eggs (and sausage rolls)

The whole world now knows that the English Defence League (EDL) is a spent force. Five years of getting pissed in car-parks has quite surprisingly failed to stop Islamist terror attacks. Hundreds of arrests, broken bones, dodgy insurance claims, prison sentences and pictures of David Bolton's flaccid winkle have failed. It's  more...

Community Action blog

Community Action, see all Community Action blogs

Finding Aylesbury’s Missing Voters

Thursday, 26 November 2015

Aylesbury residents mixing lunch with democracy!

The town of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire was not an area with particularly high voter registration drop-off. However, recent successes in the Swans for HOPE campaign inspired activists to take to the streets once again to talk to their community about the importance of being on the electoral register. Initially the Aylesbury  more...

Democracy in the People’s Republic of South Yorkshire; Very much alive and kicking

Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Registering students at Sheffield Hallam University

Like many of Britain’s large cities Sheffield is facing a dramatic voter registration fall-off thanks to the fiasco that is the Individual Electoral Registration. However, those familiar with the People’s Republic of South Yorkshire know that Sheffield is not a place to take anything lying down and that includes any  more...

Purple Rain blog

Putting UKIP under the magnifying glass, see all PR blogs

Camborne’s UKIP's Rosie Ward resurfaces in Brussels

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Rosie Ward a UKIP and YI member from Cornwall last graced these pages when she was caught boasting of a “fantastic” marijuana party on facebook in 2014. Ward was made chairman of the far-right party’s Camborne branch, becoming their youngest ever chairman, a disastrous stint that lasted just weeks and  more...

UKIP Councillor's Racist Rant

Monday, 28 September 2015

A West Sussex UKIP county councillor has stunned local residents after he submitted a letter to the local newspaper, described as a racist tirade against refugees. Tony Sutcliffe, the UKIP councillor for the Nyetimber division in Bognor Regis sent the letter to the Bognor Regis Observer and was printed on the  more...