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NICKS’S BLOG | Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Anjem Choudary: ‘Cheerleader for the Islamic State’

Choudary finally pays for his actions It has been a long time coming but finally Anjem Choudary, Britain's most prominent extremist cleric, is behind bars having been found guilty of supporting a terrorist organisation. A four week trial at the Old Bailey heard how he was a vocal and  read more



INSIDER’S BLOG | Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Jack Sen in his home shirt
The unbearable being of fascism

The British far-right is shrinking by the day. Tin pot Hitlers are retreating and facing prison (if they are not already in one). This week, one English Defence League 'member' had a public row with his son. There were claims and counter claims of rape and sexual abuse. Very unpleasant viewing.  read more


STATESIDE BLOG | Wednesday, 20 July 2016

The ‘Counter-Jihad’ Movement’s Revealing Reaction to Black Lives Matter

Those who believe themselves to be self-styled ‘counter-jihadists’ (part of what we define as the counter-jihad movement, or CJM) are forever telling us that they are not racist. They only target Islamic extremists, they maintain. Of course, anyone who monitors them, as we do, knows that is a willful flight  read more


PURPLE RAIN BLOG | Friday, 5 August 2016

Steven Woolfe MEP, disqualified from the leadership race by the NEC
UKIP’s farcical leadership race threatens to split the party

A bitter internal war threatens to tear UKIP asunder after Steven Woolfe MEP, the favourite to lead UKIP after Nigel Farage resigned, was disqualified from the leadership race by UKIP’s National Executive Committee (NEC) after submitting his leadership application 17 minutes late.   read more



BRIGADISTA ALE - A special ale to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Spanish Civil War.

To celebrate our 10th Anniversary, we're looking back at how far we've come and the achievements we've had along way, as well as the challenges we'll face over the next 10 years in bringing #HopeForBritain.