Badges proclaiming “Emma West was right” go on sale ahead of Croydon ‘race rant’ trial

Supporters of alleged tram racist Emma West are selling badges and proclaiming her to be a “British Hero” ahead of her trial. The pins, emblazoned with “Emma West was right”, are being sold on Ebay for £2.50 each. West, 28, of Grenville Road, New Addington, has pleaded not guilty to two racially-aggravated public order offences … Continue reading

Guilty verdict in Rochdale grooming trial

NB: This post was published here yesterday. It has been updated slightly to reflect subsequent developments. Nine men have been found guilty at Liverpool Crown Court of operating a child sex ring in Rochdale. The verdict sees all of the offenders jailed, and will hopefully offer some closure to the victims and their families. There is no doubt at … 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

Opposing the fascists in Liverpool

Today, national mobilisations of the British National Party, the English Defence League and the Infidels descended on Liverpool. Ostensibly there to draw attention to the trial of a suspected paedophile gang, they were in fact exploiting the case to promote their respective brands of nationalism. Their presence was met with opposition by local anti-fascists. When … Continue reading

Circus becomes farce in the Peter Tierney trial

Today, the jurors in BNP “super-activist” Peter Tierney’s trial for assault were discharged and it was announced that the trial would recommence with a new judge and jury on June 14th. The reason given for this was the emergence, yesterday, of an “undisclosed matter” which could prejudice the hearing of the case. It would now … Continue reading