Antifascists Escort National Culturists Off University of Liverpool Campus

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Liverpool Antifascists forced the fascist-aligned National Culturists group off the University of Liverpool campus yesterday afternoon, as they attempted to leaflet students attending the freshers’ fair. This was in line with our ‘no platform for fascism’ policy. The Culturists first reared their heads in the spring, when founding member Jack Buckby (a personal favourite of … Continue reading

Liverpool Antifascists clash with National Front and the Infidels

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Last night, as a result of pressure from students and the threat of a disruptive anti-fascist demonstration,¬†Liverpool University cancelled today’s mayoral debate. It was to feature the National Front, BNP and English Democrats, and stopping it was decisively a victory. Liverpool Antifascists held a rally today to underline this point. Upon hearing that the debate … Continue reading

Threat of anti-fascist demonstration stops mayoral debate

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Liverpool University has cancelled the Mayoral Debate scheduled for Thursday 19 April due to demonstrations called by anti-fascists. Liverpool Antifascists – followed by Unite Against Fascism – called the demonstrations in opposition to the platform given to candidates from the National Front, British National Party and English Democrats. We stand opposed to fascists as a … Continue reading

Guild Refuses To Hold Mayoral Debates

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Update:¬†Liverpool University has confirmed the new venue for the debate as the Sherrington Building on Ashton Street. Liverpool Antifascists’ demonstration has moved accordingly. Map here. It has emerged that the Liverpool Guild of Students has refused to host the Liverpool Mayoral Debate on Thursday 19 April. This is because three of the candidates are fascists … Continue reading

BNP to hold membership rules ballot

Today, whilst antifascists gathered in protest nearby, the BNP held its annual conference in Wigan. There, senior party members “voted “overwhelmingly” in favour of allowing a party-wide ballot on membership rules,” according to the Daily Express. In October, Nick Griffin put out a begging letter, urging people to give him cash “to ensure that we … Continue reading