A march of thousands led by “Tommy Robinson” and UKIP leader Gerard Batten marked the first outing of a new project for the far right in Britain – bringing together a racist street movement and what was once a traditional electoral party, UKIP. The move marks a new direction for the far right in Britain – but it has antecedents elsewhere…
The far right in Britain has mobilised its biggest ever demonstration. Around 15,000 people joined the “Free Tommy Robinson” demo in Whitehall, central London on Saturday 9 June. We look here at what the march means in the context of the fast-developing new far right movement in Britain.
Our analysis of the split in the FLA, plus report with photos of both factions’ demos in Birmingham on 24 March 2018.
Racist populist billionaire Andrej Babiš has won the parliamentary elections in the Czech Republic with a landslide, taking 29.65%, nearly three times the vote of his nearest rivals.
London witnessed the largest demonstration of the far right in generations on Saturday. This was the second outing of the Football Lads Alliance. Here’s our eyewitness report, plus background on the FLA’s racism, financing etc
Includes our eyewitness report from the FLA march
Up to 5,000 assorted Islamophobes, racists and fascists marched through central London today, mobilised by a rightwing coalition of football hooligan firms called the Football Lads Alliance. It is the second time in a fortnight that such a sizeable march of this type has taken place.