EXCLUSIVE: New Brighton march of solidarity shows attack thugs there’s no place for racism in Merseyside.


Alex May leads the march in New Brighton earlier this afternoon. Picture: Paul Heaps A PEACEFUL march of solidarity took place in New Brighton in support of a man injured during a suspected racial attack on the resort’s promenade. More than 50 well-wishers made their way from the Floral Pavilion to Marine Point, near the … Continue reading

Page 3 girls and UKIP donations: Inside the mind of Liverpool’s Lyceum owner

Lyceum Bold Street

Andrew Perloff reveals his thoughts in financial overview of his company Andrew Perloff, chair of Panther Securities which owns the Lyceum on Bold Street, Liverpool. Picture courtesy of the Bournemouth Daily ECHO The owner of one of Liverpool’s architectural gems has recommended his company donates £25,000 to UKIP and credited Margaret Thatcher with the liberation … Continue reading

War veterans to hold counter protest in Dudley when Britain First comes to town

War veterans have announced they are planning to hold a counter demonstration in Dudley next month on the same day far right group Britain First comes to town. The proposed mosque The group, which acts under the name ‘I’m a UK veteran and not a racist, and proud of it’, says it has been angered … Continue reading

Ukip candidate claims being an ‘a*** bandit’ is ‘nothing to be proud of’ after Gay Pride march


Geoffrey Caton, who’s challenging Labour’s openly-gay Angela Eagle in Merseyside, also said spending a day in a Pakistani club was his ‘worst nightmare’ Anti-gay rant: Geoffrey Caton (left) is standing as a candidate for Nigel Farage’s party A UKIP election candidate claimed being an “a*** bandit” was nothing to be proud of after a Gay … Continue reading

Owner’s shock at ‘racially motivated’ attack on former restaurant

ARSONISTS have struck at a former Indian restaurant in a “racially motivated” attack. An investigation is underway following a fire at the MAA Tandoori Takeaway on High Street, Connah’s Quay. Police are treating the blaze as being racially motivated because ‘EDL’ signs – alluding to the far-right group English Defence League – were spray-painted on … Continue reading

Neo-Nazi group target Elgin as they look to create UK’s first fascist town dubbed ‘Citadel 1′


THE New British Union of Fascists issued posters calling for “total Aryanism to end the threat of terrorism and anarchy” but their plans have sparked a fierce backlash from local politicians and community leaders.   Elgin has been targeted by Neo Nazi group the New British Union of Fascists A NEO-NAZI group hopes to create … Continue reading

UKIP deputy leader’s fury after Wirral meeting is cancelled “out of the blue”

Paul Nuttall

Paul Nuttall says cancellation “smacks of a deliberate attempt to stifle our message to voters”   Ukip’s Paul Nuttall A UKIP politician has complained of being victimised after a Wirral hotel pulled the plug on a public meeting he was due to host just a week before the event. MEP Paul Nuttall, from Bootle, who … Continue reading

Transgender woman attacked on first night ‘out’ in Liverpool tells victims of hate crime not to feel scared about coming forward


The 25-year-old was punched by yob Ryan Kenny in unprovoked attack near Lime Street station Ryan Kenny, 20, from Birkenhead, who was locked up for 20 months for transphobic attack on a transgender woman outside Liverpool Lime Street station A transgender woman who was attacked on the day she was ‘out’ for the first time … Continue reading

Swastikas found carved onto door of Jewish prayer house in Liverpool cemetery


Merseyside police investigating racist graffiti in Allerton Swastikas found scratched into the door of the prayer halll in the Jewish section of Springwood Cemetery, Allerton Swastikas have been found carved into a holy area in a cemetery in Liverpool. Two crudely drawn pieces of anti-Semitic graffiti was found on the doors of the prayer house … Continue reading

Cursed by God’: Far-right activist claims Liverpool FC punished for backing gay rights

Paul Rimmer

Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson (L) celebrates with Raheem Sterling after scoring his team’s third goal during their English Premier League soccer match against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium in Leicester, central England, December 2, 2014 A far-right English Democrats activist has claimed Premier League football team Liverpool FC had performed less well last season … Continue reading