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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.

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NICKS’S BLOG | Monday, 27 July 2015

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The Muhammad cartoon exhibition, free speech and the counter-jihadists

Today HOPE not hate published a report into plans to host a cartoon exhibition, featuring the Prophet Muhammad, in London on 18 September.   Our report, based on sources close to those involved and on published material, reveals that while some people are supporting the exhibition out of  read more

INSIDER’S BLOG | Monday, 27 July 2015

Laughing all the way to the bank
And the winners' are

No surprises for guessing who won the British National Party (BNP) leadership election. For some reason we tweeted the result around 3pm today, but the BNP did not announce it (unless we're mistaken) until just before 6pm tonight. We have always maintained that the current leadership of the BNP would not  read more

PURPLE RAIN BLOG | Wednesday, 22 July 2015

Thurrock Councillor Quits UKIP Following Row

A UKIP councillor has quit the party following a blazing row with his fellow UKIP councillors. Colin Churchman, who represents Stanford East and Corringham Town complained that UKIP in Thurrock were attempting to put pressure on him regarding how he voted on the local planning committee. Churchman, who was only elected in  read more

GENERATION JIHAD BLOG | Friday, 17 July 2015

Terror Video Man Jailed

An Islamic zealot has been jailed for 33 months for translating and uploading extremist videos to online video websites. Mohammad Aftab Suleman from Crumpsall, Manchester pleaded guilty to five counts of possessing documents containing information of a kind likely to be of use to a person preparing or committing an act  read more