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School sets example after race-hate incidents rise

Cahal Milmo | Saturday, 29 September 2007

Dalena, a Slovakian girl with an ear-to-ear grin, sat reciting numbers yesterday in heavily-accented English with a British classmate at the special needs unit in Chatham's Luton Junior School.After successfully counting to 20 together, the two nine-year-olds smiled at each other and then walked holding hands back to their classroom more...


Electors’ fury as councillor joins the BNP

Tom Bodden | Friday, 21 September 2007

A ROW erupted yesterday after it emerged a community councillor co-opted as an independent had officially joined the far right British National Party.Patrick Pattison, 55, was co-opted without an election to fill a vacancy on the Llysfaen community council last November to represent the troubled Peulwys housing estate.But his move more...


Irving Coventry meeting cancelled

| Thursday, 20 September 2007

David Irving's public meeting in Coventry on 21 September has been cancelled after bloggers from all parts of the political spectrum picked up and spread our call. The Royal Warwicks Club was inundated with phone calls protesting at its hosting of the notorious Holocaust denier and liar.Managers at the club more...


David Irving to speak at a university near you?

| Tuesday, 18 September 2007

David Irving is to speak in a university debate on 23 November on "free speech". However the Holocaust denial writer, who was recently barred permanently from entering Austria, was careful not to reveal which student union had been so misguided as to ask him.Students and university staff are asked to more...


Racist group originates in Worksop

Helen Mullins | Friday, 14 September 2007

IT has been revealed that the sickening Wolf's Hook organisation, which Sanderson, Pakulski and Parker-Brown belonged to, originated in Worksop.Notts Police confirmed this week, that the 'white brotherhood' was set up in 2004 by ex British National Party Activists, who preach the 'preservation of white racial purity'.Before the stabbing of more...


BNP election bid is an insult to Whitehaven

Anika Bourley | Friday, 14 September 2007

AN MP has hit out at the British National Party's attempt to get elected in Whitehaven, claiming it is "insulting and damaging the reputation" of the town.Copeland MP Jamie Reed slammed the far right's efforts to secure the vacant Copeland Borough Council Harbour ward seat. Last month 44-year-old Bill Pugh, more...


BNP wins case for a vote recount

| Thursday, 13 September 2007

The British National Party (BNP) has won its High Court battle for an election recount after concerns about the validity of a single vote.The 3 May council election in Burnley was a tie between Labour and the BNP and the eventual Labour winner was called after drawing lots.But BNP candidate more...


BNP candidate is given an ASBO

George Makin | Thursday, 13 September 2007

Pelsall residents have praised police, housing officers and councillors who helped evict and obtain an Antisocial Behaviour Order against a BNP candidate and his family who made their lives hell.But residents of Avon Crescent are still so fearful they asked the Advertiser not to print their names.Dominic Bugler, who stood more...


Man admits stabbing friend to death

Helen Mullins | Tuesday, 11 September 2007

WORKSOP man John Pakulski has been sentenced to six years in prison after admitting killing his friend at a party organised for members of the racist group Wolf's Hook.Pakulski, 55, stabbed Michael Sanderson with a kitchen knife on 26th November last year after he found his partner Catherine Parker-Brown, 37, more...


BNP man loses appeal

| Monday, 10 September 2007

REDDITCH British National Party councillor David Enderby has lost his appeal against criminal convictions for assaulting his estranged wife and mother-in-law.Enderby lashed out after flying into a rage and barging into a family birthday celebration.During the melée, he grabbed his wife, Jane, and his mother-in-law, Noel Campion, causing bruising, as more...


BNP man loses appeal

| Monday, 10 September 2007

REDDITCH British National Party councillor David Enderby has lost his appeal against criminal convictions for assaulting his estranged wife and mother-in-law.Enderby lashed out after flying into a rage and barging into a family birthday celebration.During the melée, he grabbed his wife, Jane, and his mother-in-law, Noel Campion, causing bruising, as more...


BNP supporter criticises council decision

| Friday, 7 September 2007

A BRITISH National Party supporter has criticised Upper Beeding Parish Council for rejecting her as a member.Donna Bailey, 41, stood to be co-opted on to the parish council on Tuesday September 4 but was turned down after a vote was taken.She claimed councillors were blinded by her membership of the more...


BNP councillors left squirming

David Williams | Friday, 7 September 2007

Stoke-on-Trent's British National Party councillors have scored a massive own goal in their ongoing attempt to harass and embarrass the city's Labour Mayor. The six-strong Stoke BNP councillors' group has been trying to stamp its mark on the council chamber since it doubled in size in the May 2007 local more...


European MP jailed

Banbury Guardian | Thursday, 6 September 2007

A MEMBER of the European Parliament who covers the Banbury area has been jailed for nine months for benefit fraud totalling more than £65,000. Former UKIP representative Ashley Mote, 71, was found guilty of 21 offences following a four-week trial at Portsmouth Crown Court. Despite the sentence, Mote will retain his seat more...


BNP official arrested during campaign

| Thursday, 6 September 2007

WHITEHAVEN police arrested a BNP official in King Street on Saturday. The Copeland organiser for the BNP, Clive Jefferson, had been giving out BNP literature to town shoppers as part of the by-election campaign for the Copeland Council Harbour ward poll later this month.Mr Jefferson was arrested after a member more...


Vicar backs bid to drive BNP's annual bash from the county

Chris Mallett | Thursday, 6 September 2007

A Vicar has called for opposition to British National Party plans to hold its annual festival in Derbyshire for the next two years.The BNP held Red, White and Blue, near Denby, in July, and wants to hold it there again next year and in 2009.But the Rev Ken Horleston, vicar more...


No solidarity with the BNP

| Thursday, 6 September 2007

People may have read recent events surrounding action being taken by Sunnydale Community College in Shildon, County Durham. The action relates to a teacher who is suspended for "misuse of technical equipment" while at school.The individual concerned is a member of the far right, racist British National Party and the more...


Raid finds extreme right-wing leaflets

Anna Hammond | Saturday, 1 September 2007

EXTREME right-wing literature and more than 40 CS gas canisters have been found in a house on a city estate.Police swooped on the property in Ely, Cardiff, after concerns from residents and arrested two people.Officers from the Ely Neighbourhood Team carried out the raid in Pyle Road on Wednesday afternoon more...