Campaigners plan response to far right rally


An NF demonstration FAR-RIGHT groups converging on Wigan town centre this weekend have been sent a clear message that they are not welcome. Borough police are bracing themselves for a demonstration by neo-Nazi group National Action and the Evening Post understands that National Front will also be holding their own rally. A counter protest has … Continue reading

No Show, No Go. The White Men March into Oblivion – But Still Can’t Set Foot In Liverpool.


First, the lowdown. National Action is the most vicious and most violent and most openly Nazi bunch of lowlifes and scumbags which Marmite can remember tangling with in almost fifty years of fighting fascism. Several months ago they announced that they would be coming to Liverpool to stage what they laughingly called The White Man’s … 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

Police believe missing Blackburn man has EDL links

Police Car Roof

Police believe missing Blackburn man has EDL links   A FAR-right sympathiser from Blackburn, who was part of a group that ambushed people going to an anti-fascist benefit gig, is being hunted by police. Peter Hawley, 54, was jailed last year for his part in the attack, which left his victim ‘battered and bruised’. He … Continue reading

◾Before the Windrush review – an excellent study of race relations in Liverpool

Liverpool Immigrant

A social history of Liverpool says much about current-day Britain   A West Indian looks for accommodation in Liverpool in 1949. Photograph: Bert Hardy/Getty Images In 1919, as Europe emerged from the carnage of the first world war, race riots broke out in Liverpool, which had justifiably called itself a “world city” during the Edwardian … Continue reading

The BNP is having another facelift. But its new poster boy Jack Buckby is just an old-school nationalist

British nationalism has got itself a brand new face. Jack Buckby isn’t exactly the boy next door, but he could be the hipster sitting at his laptop next to you in Starbucks (“working on a novel” – yeah, right). Young, educated, articulate, John Lennon glasses, excessive facial hair, ironic satchel: the only unusual things about … Continue reading

Pitiful Infidels Humbled in Liverpool

I’ve seen few more pitiful sights than the North West Infidels and their ragtag band of allies outside Liverpool town hall last night. A mere twenty of the oxygen thieves made it to the “national demonstration”, and as they huddled around their ridiculous banner, jabbering incoherently about “paedos” and “terrorist supporters”, they demonstrated nothing except … Continue reading

Infidels suffer humiliating failure at Liverpool Town Hall


Saturday 3rd November saw the North West Infidels’ demonstrate outside Liverpool Town Hall. Their aim was to put pressure on Mayor Joe Anderson and stop him allowing “the IRA” from marching in the city. To say it didn’t quite go to plan would be an understatement. The NWI had put out a huge national callout … Continue reading

Oppose the North West Infidels – 3rd November

LiverAF vs NF

On Saturday 3rd November the North West Infidels, a fascist street gang connected to the National Front, is holding a demonstration in Liverpool. Liverpool Antifascists is calling on all anti-fascists andanti-racists to join us in opposing them. The pretext for the demonstration is Mayor Joe Anderson allowing “pro-IRA” marches in the city. In reality, the … Continue reading

“Peaceful Patriots” Fail to Stop Anti-Fascist March in Liverpool


Today saw a march in Liverpool for ‘working class unity against racism and fascism. The march was organised by the James Larkin Society of Liverpool. The march has been the subject of a great deal of controversy as various far-right groups have decided that it is an ‘IRA’ march, and subsequently spread misinformation and smears … Continue reading