Far-right groups hurl racist abuse at parade to commemorate life and role of James Larkin

Some 25 were arrested on Saturday in Liverpool as protesters taunted marchers celebrating at the birthplace of the Irish trade union leader JAMES LARKIN, who later founded the Irish Transport and General Workers’ Union, was born into grinding poverty in Combermere Street in Toxteth, one of Liverpool’s poorest quarters, in the 1870s. Today, nearly 150 years … Continue reading

Toxteth community expresses anger at EDL/BNP March through their community

Toxteth community expresses anger at EDL/BNP March through their community   Members of the South Central Active Forum held emergency meetings with high ranking members of Merseyside Police on Monday 23rd July to discuss their anger at the EDL/BNP Marching through Toxteth on Saturday 21st July.The Group, which is the successor to Toxteth Against the … Continue reading