Home alone mum's vile secret

Guy Newey | Thursday, 24 February 2005

She left four children home alone and was branded "utterly selfish and irresponsible" by a judge. But today the Evening Mail can reveal that Ursula Rodgers, is also the organiser of extreme right wing group White Nationalist Party, which has some interesting views about child care! The woman who left her own kids in "disgusting" conditions with only old and mouldy food... Read more

BNP film police question 15th man

| Thursday, 24 February 2005

A man who was to stand for the British National Party in the General Election has been arrested in an investigation into party activities. Tom Lyndon, 47, of Harrogate, was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of incitement to commit racial hatred. In July, the BBC documentary The Secret Agent featured covertly-filmed footage of BNP activists. Fourteen other men, including party... Read more

BNP defector fails for NF

| Sunday, 20 February 2005

A former BNP candidate fared even worse when he stood for the tiny National Front in a council by-election on 17 February. Peter Shaw, who left the BNP after a split in west London, together with Ian Edward, one of the BNP's best local organisers, came fourth in Cavendish ward in the west London borough of Hillingdon with just 6%... Read more

Nazis in court on race hate charges

| Sunday, 20 February 2005

THE leader of Britain's Nazi party, the November 9th Society has been back in court at the Old Bailey on race hate charges. Kevin Quinn, 40, of Ouseland Road, Bedford, is charged with five other people with publishing a magazine for the Racial Volunteer Force, an offshoot of the neo-nazi organisation Combat 18. It is also claimed they were involved... Read more

Disabled refugee killed

| Friday, 18 February 2005

Lee Mordecai killed a disabled refugee simply because he didn't like the way the man spoke to a group of girls. The 27-year-old was today starting five years behind bars for the manslaughter of Kurdish asylum seeker Kalan Karim in Swansea last September. Mr Karim, who had come to Swansea to escape torture and persecution in his home land, died after... Read more

BNP man in quit call over assault

| Tuesday, 15 February 2005

A BURNLEY British National Party councillor who assaulted his wife and a policeman has been called on to resign. Brian Turner, of St Cuthbert Street, who represents Cliviger and Worsthorne, pleaded guilty to both charges at Burnley MagistratesECourt yesterday. Today, Coun Gordon Birtwistle, leader of the Liberal Democrat group on Burnley Borough Council, has demanded he resign immediately. He said:... Read more

Why no-one wants an invitation to this party

Greg Lewis, Wales on Sunday | Sunday, 6 February 2005

FOR years now, the British National Party has been crowing about its 'growing support'. Each time a National Assembly, Euro or Westminster election approaches, it claims 'this is it, the party is gaining a foothold'. And every time the result in Wales for party workers is the same. They'd be wiser sticking their deposit on an old nag at Catterick. The party now intends... Read more

Debating society withdraws BNP invite

| Saturday, 5 February 2005

Students at St Andrews University in Scotland today withdrew their invitation to the leader of the British National Party to speak at a debate, following widespread condemnation. Nick Griffin had been invited by members of the university's debating society to take part in a discussion on the shortcomings of multiculturalism. But today organiser Peter Blair, 21, a final-year student, confirmed... Read more

BNP announces London and Home Counties candidates

| Saturday, 5 February 2005

The BNP announced its general election candidates for London and the Home Counties at its "Grand London Rally" on 29 January, after opposition in the form of the newly formed Redbridge Together group forced the fascists to flee a long way out of London (see http://www.stopthebnp.com/index.php?location=news&art=187). After meeting at Redbridge Underground station, where they were confronted with a wide... Read more

BNP leader invited to speak at St Andrews

| Friday, 4 February 2005

ANTI-FASCIST campaigners condemned the St Andrews University debating society yesterday, after it invited BNP leader Nick Griffin to join a debate on multiculturalism. Mr Griffin, who is being investigated by police over claims of inciting racial hatred, is due to speak at the debate next Wednesday. He will discuss the motion that: "This house believes that the multicultural experiment has failed." The BNP... Read more

UNISON Welcomes BNP Sacking

| Friday, 4 February 2005

UNISON, the UK's largest union, today welcomed an employment tribunal decision, that a British National Party councillor was lawfully sacked, for being a member of the BNP. The employment tribunal in Bradford found that Serco* was right to sack Arthur Redfearn from his job as a driver responsible for transporting disabled children and adults, on health and safety grounds. UNISON wrote... Read more

Community opposition forces BNP out of Redbridge

| Thursday, 3 February 2005

The Grand London Rally of the British National Party ended in chaos and frustration as their plans to meet up at Redbridge Tube station in east London on Saturday 29 January were exposed by Searchlight and confronted by the new community-based anti-fascist group, Redbridge Together. At very short notice the co-ordinators of the group, which operates under the slogan Hope Not... Read more

Tribunal rejects BNP man's claim

| Thursday, 3 February 2005

A British National Party councillor's claim that he was removed from his job on racial grounds has been dismissed by an employment tribunal. Arthur Redfearn, the Bradford City member for Wisbey, worked for the Serco company, driving a bus for children and adults with special needs. He was dismissed in June 2004 after his BNP association was said to have... Read more