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French Far-Right Politician Will Go on Trial for Comparing Muslims to Nazis

French nationalist politician Marine Le Pen is set to face a trial in October for her past comments likening Muslim public prayers to the Nazi occupation, officials from her party and prosecutors in the eastern city of Lyon said Tuesday. 201 more words

Counter protests fail to stop far-right march

Police at the scene as far-right groups stage an anti-immigration rally in Wigan town centre

A FAR-right rally has been held in Wigan town centre. 574 more words

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Dover: what kind of anti fascist movement do we need?

A letter from Thanet anti-fascists.

On Saturday 12 September, the National Front, South East Alliance and other Nazi outfits numbering around 200-250 were able to march in Dover, declaring ‘Refugees Not Welcome Here’. 575 more words


Quick Thought: Democratic Nationalism

The BNP is dead in the water, any perusal of its website is testament to that fact (and assuming you’ve been living under a rock for a few years). 94 more words


Campaigners plan response to far right rally

An NF demonstration

FAR-RIGHT groups converging on Wigan town centre this weekend have been sent a clear message that they are not welcome.

Borough police are bracing themselves for a demonstration by neo-Nazi group National Action and the Evening Post understands that National Front will also be holding their own rally. 128 more words

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Le Pen senior forms new group

Jean-Marie Le Pen. Photo: AFP

Ousted Le Pen senior forms new group

French far-right firebrand Jean-Marie Le Pen announced Saturday the creation of a political association, distinct from the National Front (FN) party he co-founded and was recently ousted from after feuding with its current leader, his daughter.

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Rock Against Racism – how an artistic movement took on the National Front

A forthcoming exhibition at Autograph ABP gallery will showcase the work of Syd Shelton as he photographed the Rock Against Racism concerts between 1976 and 1981. 617 more words