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

Liverpool Immigrant

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

Belfast police exploring link between racist crime and loyalist paramilitaries

Racist Grafitti in Belfast

Trio arrested under the Terrorism Act following a spike in racist assaults and incidents across Belfast Belfast police are investigating whether there is any connection between loyalist groups and racial crime. Photograph: Stephen Barnes/Demotix/Corbis Police in Belfast were questioning three suspects on Tuesday night after finding a gun and a quantity of drugs during raids … Continue reading

Ku Klux Klan Faction Predicts American Government Is On The Brink Of Collapse As They Train For ‘Race War’

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A group of Ku Klux Klan members says it is planning military style combat training for the first time in KKK history – exactly 60 years after the birth of the African-American Civil Rights Movement. The Loyal White Knights (LWK) faction plan to take up arms for a civil war they say will break out … Continue reading

Ukip Branch Chairman Says London Is Being ‘Ethnically Cleansed Of White People’

UKIP Rosette

A supporter of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) wears the party’s a rosette, badge and tie as he waits to greet leader Nigel Farage in Thurrock in Essex, on May 23, 2014. Britain’s UK Independence Party surged to its best ever performance in local council elections, according to results announced, giving the anti-EU and anti-immigration … Continue reading

‘Whites only’ foodbank launched by the BNP

The BNP has been accused of launching ‘whites only’ foodbanks in a bid to win election votes. The party has been practically falling apart at the seams over the last year or so, after their usual tactic of blaming the world’s problems on minorities and immigrants failed to win them enough votes. So in an … Continue reading

Housing, Racism And The Far-Right

In the fourth part of his features mini-series GLYN ROBBINS examines how the BNP has scapegoated and terrorised minorities for ‘creating’ housing shortages In September 1993 the neofascist British National Party (BNP) won its first election when Derek Beacon was elected as a local councillor on the Isle of Dogs in Tower Hamlets. The BNP … Continue reading