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Nick Griffin voting UKIP: Former BNP leader backs Nigel Farage

The Independent by Jon Stone | Sunday, 30 November 2014

The former leader of the British National Party has endorsed UKIP at the next election. Nick Griffin said he was planning to vote UKIP to shake up the political system and because he believed it would increase the chances of an EU referendum happening. “I will hold nose & vote Ukip because more...


Soldier Jailed For Making Nailbomb In Bedroom

Sky News by . | Friday, 28 November 2014

A rifleman obsessed with far-right politics has been jailed for two years after making a nail bomb in his bedroom. Ryan McGee, 20, made a device packed with 181 metal screws and bits of glass designed to maximise the amount of damage when it detonated. Police found the bomb while carrying out more...


Former UKIP deputy leader: Gays sleep with up to 20,000 people in their ‘short, miserable lives’

Pink News by . | Thursday, 27 November 2014

The former deputy leader of UKIP has claimed that AIDS is the “wages” of gay promiscuity. Lord Christopher Monckton – a former Conservative advisor – joined UKIP in 2009 and served as the party’s deputy leader, and President in Scotland. Writing for right-wing site WorldNetDaily, Lord Monckton launched a scathing attack on more...


Ukip says babies born to immigrants in the UK should be classed as migrants – which would include Nigel Farage’s own children

The Independent by Adam Withnall | Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Nigel Farage’s Ukip has called for the children of immigrants to themselves be classed as migrants – despite the fact that the party leader’s own two children would be included in that number. The party highlighted a report issued today by the right-wing thinktank MigrationWatch UK, which said immigration’s impact on more...


Former Ukip leader: Muslims must 'address' violence in Koran

Politics Home by . | Wednesday, 26 November 2014

A Ukip peer has said British Muslims need to “address the violence in the Koran” in the wake of the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby. Speaking in the House of Lords this afternoon, Lord Pearson of Rannoch, who led the eurosceptic party into the last general election, suggested David Cameron’s description more...


Four EDL members guilty of violent disorder during July 2013 protest

Birmingham Mail by Matt Lloyd | Tuesday, 25 November 2014

A further four members of the English Defence League (EDL) have been found guilty of violent disorder during a bloody demonstration in Birmingham city centre. Following a trial, the jury convicted Adrian Rimmel, 50, of Swallow Avenue, Smithswood, Simon Reeve, 43, of London Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk, Gary Watts, 29, of Parsoles more...


Former Bury UKIP chairman jailed for grooming children and having 200,000 child porn images

Bury Times by Andrew Bardsley | Tuesday, 25 November 2014

A FORMER chairman of Bury's UK Independence Party has been jailed for grooming children and possessing nearly 200,000 indecent images of children. Peter Entwistle spoke to children on MSN Messenger and other social network sites in a sexualised manner, asking them to commit sexual acts for his own satisfaction, Bolton Crown more...


Ukip's Latest MP Mark Reckless Has Already Been Left 'Sore' By Nigel Farage

Huffington Post by Charlotte Meredith | Saturday, 22 November 2014

Ukip's latest MP Mark Reckless has suggested he wasn't overly happy about his party's policy on migrants admitting it was "changed" after a furious row erupted over comments he made about turfing European migrants out of the UK in a disastrous pre-election hustings. In comments that were met with horror and more...


Ex-UKIP candidate David Evans jailed for animal cruelty

BBC by BBC | Thursday, 20 November 2014

A farmer who was set to stand as a UKIP candidate in Cornwall has been jailed for four months for animal cruelty.David Evans, from Week St Mary, near Bude, was also banned from keeping sheep and ordered to pay costs of £714.At Bodmin Magistrates' Court, he admitted six charges of more...


Ukip Member Kicked out for Attending Britain First Mega Mosque March

IBT by Ewan Palmer | Wednesday, 19 November 2014

A member of Ukip has been kicked out of the party after attending a rally organised by the far right group Britain First, according to reports. Ukip member Malcolm Jackson said he has received a letter from the party saying his membership had been rescinded because of his "connections to Britain more...


Mark Reckless warns long-term EU migrants 'could be told to leave Britain' if Ukip gets into government

The Independent by Oliver Wright | Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Some long-term European immigrants to Britain could be told to leave the country if UKIP gets into government and takes Britain out of the EU, the party’s candidate in the Rochester by-election has suggested. Mark Reckless, the former Conservative MP, whose defection triggered the by-election, said that EU migrants who had more...


Ex-Labour MP attacks Ukip’s ‘nasty, anti-immigrant, very rightwing’ tactics

The Guardian by Rowena Mason | Tuesday, 18 November 2014

The former Labour MP for Medway has expressed his distress that many of his ex-constituents in Rochester & Strood are set to vote for a “extreme rightwing party” like Ukip, saying the party’s policies would put voters’ jobs seriously at risk. Bob Marshall-Andrews, who represented the area for 13 years, said more...


National Front try to disrupt Islamic Society peaceful march in Newport

South Wales Argus by Ruth Mansfield | Sunday, 16 November 2014

MEMBERS of far-right party the National Front tried to disrupt a peaceful march of more than 500 Muslims from across Wales in Newport today. The annual march, organised by the Islamic Society of Wales, commemorates the anniversary of Prophet Mohammad’s grandson, Imam Hussain, who was martyred more than 1,300 years ago. The more...


Thugs claiming to be from UKIP attacked disabled pensioner as she campaigned for Labour

The Mirror by James Lyons | Sunday, 16 November 2014

A disabled pensioner was kicked while on her mobility scooter when thugs claiming to be from UKIP attacked Labour activists campaigning for the NHS. Linda Hall’s terrified seven-year-old grandson Thomas was with her when the yobs struck in Corringham, Essex, on Saturday. The three men had passed the Labour group’s “Save our more...


British National Party suffers embarrassing Remembrance Day Twitter blunder

Daily Telegraph by Mark Molloy | Wednesday, 12 November 2014

The British National Party (BNP) suffered an embarrassing slip-up after tweeting a Remembrance Day reminder a day late. The far-right group posted the message at 6.50am this morning before apologising and deleting the tweet. Twitter users were quick to jump on the error, while the BNP eventually spotted the mistake, four hours more...


Afghan vet Liam King admits stealing Koran from Chelmsford Mosque

Essex Chronicle by Essex Chronicle | Thursday, 6 November 2014

An Afghanistan veteran who posted Facebook pictures of himself dressed as Osama Bin Laden could be kicked out of the Army – after breaking into a mosque and stealing a Koran. Lance Corporal Liam King, of Eastwood Park, Great Baddow, pleaded guilty to the burglary of Chelmsford Mosque on Parkway, as more...


Britain First hijacking the poppy is a vile insult to veterans like myself

The Independent by James Wharton | Wednesday, 5 November 2014

The sight of Britain First using the image of the poppy to promote their causes insults me as a British Army veteran. It is a smack in the face to thousands of current and former service men and women who have served our society. The group are using the symbol more...


Gaddafi Good For Britain, Says UKIP's Reckless

Sky News by Sky News | Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Gaddafi was good for immigration control – and stopped so many north Africans heading for Britain, UKIP's Mark Reckless has said. Mr Reckless said helping to remove the dictator from power had been one of David Cameron's biggest mistakes. The former MP, who defected from the Conservative party in September and hopes more...


London bus driver suspended over racist links with Nazi groups

Star On Sunday by John Ward | Sunday, 2 November 2014

A NEO-NAZI thug with an obsession for white power band Skrewdriver has been suspended from his job as a London bus driver. Wes Lay has strong links with far-right groups including Combat 18 (C18), the National Front (NF), the British National Party (BNP) and Greece’s Golden Dawn. Despite his hateful beliefs Lay more...


Royal mail refuse to deliver Britain First campaign leaflet, calling it ‘offensive’

Metro by Oliver Wheaton | Saturday, 1 November 2014

Britain first has hit out at Royal Mail after they refused to deliver a campaign leaflet which they consider to be illegal. The company said they will not deliver the far right group’s campaign material in the lead up to the Rochester and Strood by-election under laws against distributing material containing more...