English Neo-Nazis Marched Through London on Remembrance Sunday

It’s a little known fact that every year on Remembrance Sunday, just after the Queen, the Prime Minister, and other members of the British establishment and military have finished remembering those who fought and died in the two World Wars and later conflicts, a bunch of neo-Nazis march past the Cenotaph to pay their own … Continue reading

The National Front’s long march back to politics. In next month’s elections, the far-right party of Britain’s past is contesting its highest number of seats since 1982. Jonathan Brown investigates how it re-emerged from the demise of the BNP

 In the febrile politics of the 1970s the National Front (NF) ruthlessly exploited working-class fears over immigration to create a far-right threat unseen in Britain since Sir Oswald Mosley. The party’s shows of strength saw police and anti-fascists clash violently on the streets while at the 1979 general election the Front was able to mobilise … Continue reading