There is a new political landscape in Britain and it is a very ugly one: David Cameron back in Downing Street with a majority government and, across the country, a livid purple racist scar.
Hassan Mahamdallie digs out his old Sham 69 singles and looks back at a band whose gigs became a battleground between NF fascists and their opponents
Arriving at Budapest’s Ferenc Liszt International Airport the other day I made my way to the pick-up zone.
Today is the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in northern Germany.
Racist populist party UKIP is the main danger when Britain goes to the polls on 7 May. But nobody should ignore that fact that fascists are also standing. Here is a list of fascist candidates from the BNP and other parties
A 15-year love affair with Japanese experimental, jazz and psychedelic rock music – plus Tony Benn’s foray into deep house…