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HOPE not hate demands Farage retract LBC smear

by HOPE not hate | Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Nigel Farage's allegations against HOPE not hate on LBC today are a political smear, which is why our lawyers have written to Mr Farage demanding that he retracts and publicly apologises for his remarks, or face further legal action. HOPE not hate is a well-respected, civil society organisation whose more than more...


Statement: Nigel Farage LBC comments

by HOPE not hate | Tuesday, 20 December 2016

We are aware of a serious and potentially libellous statement made about HOPE not hate by Nigel Farage on LBC radio this morning. We have no idea on what Mr Farage bases his outrageous comments. HOPE not hate has a proud history of campaigning against extremism and hatred. We will not be more...


National Action ban: HOPE not hate statement

by HOPE not hate | Monday, 12 December 2016

HOPE not hate welcomes the Home Secretary’s ban against the neo-Nazi group National Action (NA). National Action will be added to the Government’s official list of proscribed terrorist organisations. However, National Action supporters have already broken many existing laws [including incitement to racial hatred, threats to kill and violence] and we feel more...


Far-right groups ‘are inciting hate on social media’

The Times | Monday, 20 June 2016

Police are being urged to investigate extreme right-wing groups and their incitement activities after a series of hateful messages were published on social media in the wake of Jo Cox’s murder. Nationalist groups have been accused of glorifying Thomas Mair, Mrs Cox’s accused killer, crowing about the attack and making excuses more...


Far right hijacks MP’s murder for Brexit

The Times by James Lyons | Monday, 20 June 2016

A far-right group has tried to hijack the killing of Jo Cox and link it to the campaign for Brexit. National Action posted a picture of murder suspect Thomas Mair with a caption reading: “#VoteLeave, don’t let this man’s sacrifice go in vain. Jo Cox would have filled Yorkshire with more more...


Cheers to Spanish civil war heroes

Sunday World by Steven Moore | Tuesday, 19 April 2016

A NEW beer to be launched dedicated to the memory of those who fought against fascism in the Spanish Civil War is hoping to be sold in Ulster pubs. Brigadista Ale is currently being brewed and is launching across the UK over the next couple of months. Profits from the beer will more...


British National Party to field London mayoral candidate

BBC Online by BBC News | Wednesday, 21 October 2015

The British National Party (BNP) has announced it is putting forward a candidate for the Mayor of London, after "scaling down" at the last General Election. The candidate will be David Furness, the party's organiser in west London, who stood in the 2011 Feltham and Heston Parliamentary by-election. A spokesman for the more...


Cambridgeshire BNP pensioner who kept gun under bed in court for dealing in illegal firearms

Cambridge News by Raymond Brown | Tuesday, 6 October 2015

A pensioner and British National Party (BNP) supporter who kept a loaded shotgun under his bed in Cambridgeshire has been sentenced over dealing in illegal firearms. Peter Frenette, 73, a master gunmaker who has been a British National Party organiser for South Cambridgeshire, was formerly a firearms dealer but his licence more...


UKIP leader stands down following leadership style disagreement

Boston Target by . | Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Boston borough councillor Sue Ransome has stood down as leader of the UKIP party. Mrs Ransome, who was elected in the May elections and serves on the environment and performance committee, planning committee, Boston town area committee (BTAC), and the internal councillors development group, stood down over a 'disagreement over leadership more...


Nigel Farage Faces Investigation For Using European Union Money To Fund 'Say No To EU' Tour

Huffington Post by Kathryn Snowdon | Monday, 5 October 2015

Nigel Farage faces an investigation for using taxpayer money to fund an anti-European Union tour around Britain. The leader of the UK Independence Party has been reported to Brussels authorities after his Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy group (EFDD), which champions the 'Say No To EU' campaign, reportedly received £4.7million more...