Fascists met with spontaneous opposition in Liverpool

Today, the British National Party held a stall in Liverpool City Centre. Much like the last time they did this in 2010, it was met with spontaneously organised opposition from local anti-fascists and members of the public. The event is instructive with regards to recent developments in the fight against fascism. Firstly, and crucially, it is worth … Continue reading

Three members of Liverpool BNP arrested

In our report on Saturday’s events in the City Centre, we reported that 6 anti-fascists were arrested for public order offences at the beginning of the day. It now seems that more than just crossed words were involved, as today 3 members of Liverpool BNP were arrested by the police. Two of these are believed … Continue reading

Spontaneous opposition sees the BNP flee Liverpool City Centre once more

Today, the British National Party once again set up their stall in Liverpool City Centre. As on previous occasions, local anti-fascists and members of the public gathered to oppose their fascist politics and see them off the streets of Liverpool. Today’s events were nowhere near as dramatic as the last such encounter, when after a … Continue reading

On Liverpool BNP’s response to last Saturday’s events

The Liverpool branch of the BNP have taken their time offering a write-up of their being run out of town on Saturday. They have obviously taken their time putting just the right spin on events to serve their purposes … and still come up with semi-coherent garbage. The new Liverpool BNP blog is far better … Continue reading

Fascist BNP run out of town by the people of Liverpool

Yesterday (2nd October), members of the British National Party who tried to hold a stall to promote their fascist agenda in Liverpool City Centre were met with angry protests by local people and quite literally ran out of town. Two weeks ago, when the BNP tried to hold a stall in the City Centre, they … Continue reading

Spontaneous antifascist protest sends BNP packing in Liverpool

Today, members of the British National Party – including Nick Griffin – held a stall in Liverpool City Centre. They were, perhaps, hoping to show that they stood tall after their trouncing at the General and local elections. Instead, what it showed was the strength of antifascist sentiment in Liverpool. Within minutes of the BNP … Continue reading