Geert Wilders charged with incitement to hatred over ‘fewer’ immigrants chant

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Popular leader of Dutch anti-immigration party is charged with incitement to racial hatred over “fewer Moroccans” chant Geert Wilders demanded “fewer Moroccans” as an election slogan Photo: Geoff Pugh Geert Wilders has been charged with incitement to discrimination and hatred after the Dutch far-Right leader led chants of “fewer Moroccans” at an election rally. It is … Continue reading

Ukip Don’t Have a Leadership Crisis, They Have a Membership Crisis

One of the biggest problems Ukip have at the moment is that, despite the best efforts of the often charming and eloquent man-of-the-people, pint swilling, cigarette puffing, Nigel Farage; the image many other Ukip party members project is of homophobic, unintelligent, misogynistic, sexist, and borderline racist little Englanders. Take the most recent incident. Kerry Smith … Continue reading

BNP white Christmas card alienates few remaining sympathisers of floundering far-right party

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British National Party accused of racism over ‘White Christmas’ card (circled in green)(BNP) The British National Party (BNP) may be flat on its back as a political force, but it still has the capacity to offend, as a new card wishing supporters a “White Christmas” shows. A seasonal greeting card by the far-right group carries the … Continue reading

UKIP Candidate Quits Over Offensive Remarks

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Kerry Smith, who was contesting one of the party’s top target seats, claims he was stressed and on strong painkillers at the time. Mr Smith was to fight South Basildon and East Thurrock for UKIP next M A high-profile UKIP Westminster hopeful has quit as the party’s candidate in a top target seat after making … Continue reading

Coalition formed in Portsmouth to fight against the rise of Ukip

YOU’RE not welcome here – that was is the message to Ukip from a newly-formed coalition. Last night, around 40 members of various political parties and concerned residents met to discuss ways they could fight what they describe as a ‘racist’ party. Three police officers manned the doors of the meeting in Southsea. In May, … Continue reading

Racial, religious hate crimes on the rise in UK

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Racial and religious hate crimes are on the rise in Britain with the number of reported cases hitting record figures, Press TV reports. A new Home Office report showed racial hate crimes made up 84 percent of all hate crimes in Britain, rising 4 percent to 37,484 incidents. The study also showed that religious hate … 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

Shock and awe: 10 years of UKIP scandals. More than a decade of UKIP’s most unbelievable misdeeds.

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  Celebrate good times, come on! It may be hard to believe it, but today is the 21st anniversary of the creation of UKIP. My, hasn’t it grown? Despite being centuries younger than the other main parties in Britain, UKIP has contributed more than its fair share of improper behaviour, dubious conduct and contemptuous observations … 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

◾Before the Windrush review – an excellent study of race relations in Liverpool

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A social history of Liverpool says much about current-day Britain   A West Indian looks for accommodation in Liverpool in 1949. Photograph: Bert Hardy/Getty Images In 1919, as Europe emerged from the carnage of the first world war, race riots broke out in Liverpool, which had justifiably called itself a “world city” during the Edwardian … Continue reading