Distribute community leaflet Sunday 6 November

| Monday, 31 October 2005

REDBRIDGE AND EPPING FOREST TOGETHER Bring the truth about the nazi BNP to Hainault by distributing our new community leaflet. Sunday 6 November 11am to 2pm Meet at Hainault Central Line Station The nazi BNP has leafleted the Hainault estate three times since August. The last time the BNP stood in a local council election in Hainault its candidate, Jason Douglas, stood on... Read more

Kent Anti-Fascists building up their activity

| Monday, 24 October 2005

Anti-BNP leafleting in Gillingham today (23 October 2005) was a success. Ten people turned out, including a Medway Councillor. We covered a substantial area around Marlborough Road, almost up as far as Medway Maritime Hospital. Further anti-BNP leafleting will take place in upper Gillingham in two weeks' time, on Sunday 6 November 2005 - meet at 11am outside the Star Hotel... Read more

BNP members ‘not wanted’ by fire service

| Saturday, 22 October 2005

Members of the British National Party should not apply for jobs in the fire service as there is no place for racists or bigots, a chief fire officer said in a report released today. Martin Chapman, Dorset Fire and Rescue chief fire officer, said: "Membership of the BNP is not itself unlawful, but its core values are considered to be incompatible... Read more

BNP ditches NI election plans

| Tuesday, 11 October 2005

The far-right British National Party has abandoned plans for an electoral assault on Northern Ireland, it emerged tonight. Strategists have ordered members in Belfast and surrounding towns to concentrate on financing its future advancement plans in Britain. The policy contradicts a pledge by BNP leader Nick Griffin to stand at least five local government candidates during his last visit to Northern... Read more

BNP man leafleted students

| Tuesday, 11 October 2005

POLICE were called to New College after a right-wing extremist handing out leaflets was involved in a scuffle with students. British National Party youth member, Mark Bullock, 21, was chased from the college, in Queens Drive, for handing out literature titled Freedom And Security Not Diversity And Danger. Police are investigating after claims he was assaulted by students offended at... Read more

National Front tries to recruit vigilante patrols

| Saturday, 8 October 2005

The National Front has begun a leaflet campaign in a crime ravaged district of Manchester in an apparent effort to recruit vigilante squads to patrol the streets. The move by the extreme rightwing party has horrified the police and civic leaders and Special Branch is investigating the leaflets. Residents are being invited to join "citizen anti-crime patrols" to walk the streets... Read more

Pensioner denies BNP blast charge

| Friday, 7 October 2005

A pensioner from East Sussex has appeared in court charged with inciting a member of the British National Party to make a dangerous explosive. Allen Boyce, 73, of Old Orchard Road, Eastbourne denied inciting Terry Collins, 27, to make the explosive under suspicious circumstances. He also denied on Friday inciting Mr Collins to cause an explosion likely to endanger life... Read more

Six plead guilty to race charges

| Tuesday, 4 October 2005

Source: BBC 4 October 2005 Six plead guilty to race charges Six members of extreme right wing group the Racial Volunteer Force (RVF) are facing jail terms after they pleaded guilty to race hate charges. Five of them admitted conspiracy to publish RVF's magazine, Stormer, with the intention of stirring up race hate. A sixth pleaded guilty to possessing a Nazi booklet and... Read more

Leaflet against the BNP in Debden Saturday 8th October

| Monday, 3 October 2005

Rebdridge & Epping Forest Together Leaflet against the BNP Saturday 8th October, 11am the Broadway, Debden Meet at the "walk thru" close to Woolworths on the Broadway The BNP leafleted and collected petitions in Loughton Broadway, Debden, last Saturday. This is in response to the fact that the BNP Councillor Farr has been suspended for three months see details... Read more