EDL supporters disrupt court demanding Sydney cafe siege updates

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‘Any news on the Australian hostages?’ English Defence League supporters ask during sentencing for crimes of violent disorder Armed police outside Sydney cafe where a gunman had taken people hostage The sentencing of eight English Defence League supporters for violent disorder was temporarily halted on Monday after one of them demanded to be updated on … Continue reading

British soldier given two-year sentence for making nail bomb

Ryan McGee court case

Ryan McGee was obsessed with far-right politics, and his homemade device contained 181 metal screws and bits of glass Ryan McGee who made a viable nail bomb packed with deadly shrapnel in his bedroom. Photograph: Greater Manchester Police/PA A young rifleman who was obsessed with far-right politics has been jailed for two years for making … Continue reading

Britain First: the party takingfar-right politics to new lows

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Britain First is using military tactics to antagonise Muslims. Shutterstock Union flag The decision to grant planning permission to build a new mosque in Dudley has come after more than a decade of wrangling in the West Midlands town. And the division caused by the arguments has proved an irresistible opportunity for Britain First, the … Continue reading

EDL member ASKS to be sent to prison after pelting police with bricks, bottles and cans

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Andrew Edge chanted ‘EDL, EDL’ as he was led away from the dock following his trial in Birmingham – he was one of three men found guilty of violent disorder Jailed: Andrew Edge asked to be remanded in custody  An English Defence League member asked to be jailed after he was convicted of violent disorder … Continue reading

EDL activist racially abused Muslim shopkeeper who offered help

Craig Owens

A racist yob shouted vile obscenities at a pizza shop owner after the businessman offered him a tissue to wipe his blooded nose. Craig Anthony Owens was outside Fatso’s Pizzeria, in York Road, Hartlepool, and was drunk. Hartlepool Magistrates’ Court heard the 29-year-old had a cut to his nose which was bleeding. The owner of … Continue reading

The EDL goes to Downing Street

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Today the English Defence League brought its alcohol-fuelled racist roadshow to London, “to demand the government take firm action urgently about the many Islamic threats to this country, its people, its culture, its heritage and its future”, as they put it. Coming only a week after the EDL’s Rotherham demonstration, it was always unlikely that the event … Continue reading

Rotherham: EDL Rally Over Abuse Descends Into Battle Against National Front; Arrests made as racist exploitation of tragic scandal backfires

A racist rally designed to exploit Rotherham’s child sex abuse scandal collapsed into chaos on Saturday as the drunk yobs fought each other. Police arrested 12 men and women as the English Defence League (EDL) descended on the town in a bid to divide the community. Two men and a woman were detained on suspicion of … Continue reading

The BNP is revolting

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There’s a surprise! Adam Walker and Clive Jefferson arrived in Bolton tonight as part of their plan to reinvigorate activism in the party, but our person in the meeting tells us that by the time they arrived at Dirty Girty’s, the majority of the thirty people inside were so drunk that not a lot could … Continue reading

EDL leader Joel Titus banned from every football ground

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  Banned: EDL’s youth wing leader Joel Titus A leading member of the English Defence League banned from every football ground in the country has been spotted heading for Arsenal matches, the Old Bailey heard. Joel Titus, 21, was banned from football after he led a mass brawl outside Liverpool Street station more than two … Continue reading

Courageous bus passenger praised for speaking out against ‘racist rant’

A BRAVE bus passenger who challenged a woman’s drunken, racist rant was attacked and spat on, Newbury magistrates have been told. Afterwards, fellow Thatcham travellers praised victim Christine Dare’s courageous stand. Miss Dare later told police: “I had to act. It was too much to ignore.” In the dock on Thursday, July 10, was 35-year-old … Continue reading