Failed National Front Liverpool mayoral candidate Peter Tierney will not be prosecuted over an alleged public order offence, the BBC have reported

FAILED National Front Liverpool mayoral candidate Peter Tierney will not be prosecuted over an alleged public order offence, the BBC have reported. The 55-year-old, of High Street, Hale village, was one of four people arrested outside a sex grooming trial on May 1. They were accused of refusing to remain within a legally-designated protest zone … Continue reading

Failed National Front Liverpool mayoral candidate Peter Tierney made to stew in the cells after “disrupting” his court hearing

 FAILED National Front Liverpool mayoral candidate Peter Tierney was made to stew in the cells after “disrupting” a court hearing. Chaos erupted at the city’s magistrates’ court when the 55-year-old refused to identity himself to judge Miriam Shelvey. Tierney, of High Street, Hale village, was among four people there to face public order charges after … 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

Peter Tierney nicked AGAIN after Infidels demonstration at Liverpool Crown Court

Today’s Liverpool Echo leads with the news that National Front mayoral candidate Peter Tierney has been arrested and charged with a public order offence. This follows a demonstration by around thirty National Front / North West Infidels members outside Liverpool Crown Court. The demonstration was related to the trial of those accused of being part of a … Continue reading

Liverpool Antifascists picket Quiggins Attique

Today was the Infidels of Britain’s nationwide day of “direct action.” In Liverpool, we were promised that the Scouse Infidels would be “busy bodies,” and they even had a special National Front “Vote Quiggins” banner for the occasion. In reality, Liverpool Antifascists got the drop on the far-right, who were nowhere to be seen in … Continue reading

Liverpool BNP mayoral candidate Mike Whitby rents pigeon shed in city to be eligible to stand

THE British National Party candidate for Liverpool mayor Mike Whitby is only eligible to stand in the election because he rents a redundant pigeon shed in the city. Mike Whitby, who claims to put “local people first”, is also standing for a seat on Wrexham council on May 3. As Mr Whitby lives in North … Continue reading

Liverpool people won’t back the Front

THERE is a lot to be said for listing things in alphabetical order – as the names of election candidates are on ballot papers. It is a tried and trusted – and, frankly, obvious – formula to use. And it’s one which should have been used on a council leaflet about the mayoral election which … 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

No unity so far for anti-Griffin right

AFTER ALL THE HYPE AND PROMISES, the annual booze-up in memory of one of Britain’s most infamous postwar, jackbooted nazi leaders was a distinct disappointment. John Tyndall, who died in July 2005, founded the British National Party and led it until Nick Griffin became chairman in 1999. Even the fact that the event was an … Continue reading

BNP day of action drowned out by local opposition

Thursday saw the BNP’s national day of action in Liverpool. This was to be when they would challenge “corruption and prejudice” against them by the BBC and Question Time, activists pouring in from across the country to make their voice heard. Unfortunately for them, it was not to be. Initially, Liverpool Antifascists members arriving at … Continue reading