Now Ukip axes councillor over ‘jaw dropping’ TV interview: Party member has links to a ‘far-Right group’

Rozanne Duncan was expelled for ‘associating with a far-Right group’ Allegiance came to light after comments in unbroadcast TV interview  Miss Duncan was dropped while serving on Thanet District Council, Kent Ukip confirmed she was removed for ‘bringing the party into disrepute’ Expelled: Rozanne Duncan, pictured, was dropped with immediate effect for associating with an … Continue reading

Is Ukip a party of bigots? Let’s look at the evidence. Their manifesto might just look like a list of things that annoy people, but party members hold some views that should concern us, says Alex Andreou.

Nigel Farage. Photograph: Getty Images The danger with extremism is that, when filtered through eyes and minds of reasonable people, it appears ridiculous. The reasonable assumption is that others will view it through the same filter and find it equally ridiculous. But, while The Reasonable laugh, support for extremist views creeps up. Because what The … Continue reading

New EDL boss was nicked over ‘bomb plot’

 THE new leader of the English Defence League was once held by police who suspected he was part of a plot to blow up a mosque.     Tim Ablitt, 48, was unveiled as the new head of the far-right group after former boss Tommy Robinson – real name Stephen Lennon – resigned.The Daily Star … Continue reading

Cops candidate fielded by EDL

  IN THE RUNNING: Kevin Carroll wants to be Bedfordshire’s police and crime commissioner    AN English Defence League leader has been announced as a candidate in the race to become police and crime commissioner for Bedfordshire. Kevin Carroll, who lives in Farley Hill, says he will end “political correctness” and “two-tier policing” in Bedfordshire … Continue reading

The Death Of The BNP

Far right movements have existed since the early days of democracy, with political and non-political groups alike, based on two overarching, and vaguely fascist, beliefs. These are, of course, that national identity and national pride were defining features of an advanced race. With every perceived ‘growth’ in immigration and, all too often, each time society … Continue reading

Far-right embarrass themselves at the polls – and at the count

The far-right failed miserably at yesterday’s elections. This was a nationwide trend, with the BNP losing all of the seats it contested, but it was particularly heartening to see on Merseyside. Given all the commotion they’ve been causing recently, it remains the case that the people of Liverpool resoundingly reject the politics of hate. Not … Continue reading

BNP and other fascist election candidates

The British National Party has managed to stand only around 130 candidates for the local elections on Thursday 3 May. The number of BNP candidates is well down on the 268 it stood last year and less than a quarter of the 612 they stood when the same seats were up for election in 2008. … Continue reading

Liverpool BNP collapses after National Front defection

It was interesting to see, as the candidates in the Liverpool Mayoral Elections were announced, that there would be three fascist candidates standing. Liverpool organiser Mike Whitby is the British National Party candidate and ex-BNP man Paul Rimmer is standing for the English Democrats. But the surprise candidate is Peter Tierney…for the National Front. Tierney has, … Continue reading

Revealed: international far-right network that lies behind the EDL

The network of shadowy strategists behind the English Defence League is now under the spotlight as the identities of its leading figures are revealed. The group of viciously Islamophobic ideologues supports and brings together far-right racist and fascist groups across Europe. It has been centrally involved in the EDL from its beginnings in 2009 and … Continue reading

English Defence League prepares to storm local elections.

English Defence League to enter electoral politics after signing pact with British Freedom Party  The English Defence League plans to field candidates for the first time in local elections after an alliance is finalised between the far-right group and the British Freedom Party, which was set up by disgruntled members of the British National Party. … Continue reading