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16 July 2008

Notts campaign against the racist BNP grows

Nottinghamshire Stop the BNP campaign was set up about a year ago, after the election of a BNP councillor (subsequently expelled from the BNP) onto Broxtowe Borough Council in May 2007, writes Ben Robinson.

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16 July 2008

No to the BNP's attempt to divide Stoke's communities!

So far this year at least 19 people in London have lost their lives through knife crime, with 14,000 receiving hospital treatment nationally. Recently 400 people, mainly young, marched through north London to protest against the stabbing of 16-year old...

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16 July 2008

Anti-racism stall in Wrexham

A Socialist Party stall with the slogans 'jobs, homes and services not racism' and 'youth against racism' was set up in a prominent shopping area in Wrexham town centre, writes Liz Cowell.

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2 July 2008

Union support for demo to stop BNP 'festival'

Both the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union and the Midlands TUC have given their support to the anti-British National Party (BNP) protest at 9.30pm, 16 August on Denby Lane in Codnor, Derbyshire, writes Naomi Byron and Bob Severn.

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25 June 2008

Thousands show their hatred for racism

On Saturday 21 June several thousand people marched against the far-right, racist British National Party (BNP) on the Love Music Hate Racism demonstration, writes Kat Jayawant and Sarah Sachs-Eldridge.

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18 June 2008

Protest at BNP 'hate festival'

THE FAR right racist British National Party (BNP) are planning a 'festival of hate' (the Red White and Blue festival) on 16 August in Denby near the Notts/Derbyshire border, writes By Nottingham and Derby anti-BNP campaigners.

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17 June 2008

No! to racism: Yes! to decent jobs, homes and public services

At a previous

At a previous 'Love Music Hate Racism' concert, photo Paul Mattsson

  • Unite and fight against low pay and cuts in jobs and services.
  • No to the far-right, racist BNP.
  • End cheap labour. For a minimum wage of 8 an hour. No exemptions.
  • A massive public spending programme to create more houses, schools, hospitals and all the facilities we need. End privatisation.
  • Campaign to form a new mass party of the working class.

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17 June 2008

Unite and fight against racism

Love Music Hate Racism 2007, photo Paul Mattsson

Love Music Hate Racism 2007, photo Paul Mattsson

Feature: It was only a little over forty years ago that black people in the US, the most powerful capitalist country in the world, won equal rights in law - and only then as a result of a magnificent mass movement that shook the country to its foundations...

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11 June 2008

Racist BNP have no solutions!

Protest against the BNP after the Greater London Assembly elections, photo Sarah Mayo

Protest against the BNP after the Greater London Assembly elections, photo Sarah Mayo

'How can such a party have won seats in local councils and one on the Greater London Assembly?' This is a common question encountered by Socialist Party members when campaigning against the racist British National Party, writes Sarah Sachs-Eldridge.

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4 June 2008

Youth against racism

On Saturday 21 June Love Music Hate Racism (LMHR) has called a national demonstration against the racist British National Party...

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4 June 2008

London Youth Against Racism activity

The London Youth against Racism in Europe (YRE) and International Socialist Resistance (ISR) protests against the election of a member of the British National Party to the London Assembly drew together politicised young people...

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4 June 2008

National demo against racist BNP

National demo against racist BNP

Saturday 21 June 2008
Assemble: 12 noon, Tooley Street, London SE1
(behind Greater London Assembly building, near Tower Bridge)

Contact ISR on [email protected] or go to www.anticapitalism.org.uk

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21 May 2008

Glasgow: BNP not welcome here

THE FAR right British National Party (BNP) tried to stake a claim to Glasgow's streets on 17 May...

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14 May 2008

The BNP have no solutions...and no clue!

On the morning of 9 May our second protest against the British National Party (BNP) took place as the newly elected Greater London Assembly met for the first time since the election on 1 May.

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4 March 2008

Swansea - no sign of Griffin!

Fighting the far right: SWANSEA SOCIALIST Party members were part of a 40-strong Unite Against Fascism protest on Saturday evening outside a city pub which was hosting a British National Party (BNP) meeting addressed by their leader Nick Griffin, writes Alec Thraves, secretary Socialist Party Wales

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29 November 2007

Students protest at Griffin and Irving

OXFORD UNION, the upper-crust student debating society, invited Nick Griffin, leader of the far-right, racist BNP and holocaust denier David Irving to a debate on free speech on 26 November...

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1 November 2007

Switzerland: Racism dominates election campaign

THE RESULTS of the recent general election in Switzerland reflect a highly polarised society, with the far-right Swiss People's Party (SVP) securing a 29% vote and 62 seats in the 200 seat assembly and the left-leaning Green... By Simon Carter

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5 April 2007

How to stop the BNP: Build a political alternative

How to stop the BNP: ON 29 March 100 trade unionists and anti-racist activists gathered for a midday demonstration in Liverpool city centre...

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22 March 2007

Public anger sees off BNP

"THE FAR-right BNP were there on the High Street, then this crowd gathered shouting 'racist pigs'...

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15 March 2007

Barking BNP don't oppose council cuts

AROUND THE country, angry protesters are storming council chambers and socialist councillors are voting against cuts...

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