A group of Unite Against Fascism supporters in Yorkshire were attacked whilst leafleting against the British National Party.
Groups of anti-racist and anti-fascists including members of the clergy, trade unionists and locals were attacked on Saturday 4th November by organised groups of BNP supporters.
This article was translated and abridged from Le Monde Libertaire for Black Flag #211 in 1997. Vitrolles is a town in France whose council was won in elections a few months prior by the fascist Front National. It was the fourth city run by the FN at the time - the others were Toulon, Orange and Marignane.
VITROLLES: THE LOGIC OF THE URNS
Former BNP candidate, Robert Cottage, and 62 year old dentist David Jackson have been charged with possessing explosives.
Robert Cottage, a BNP candidate in Colne last year, and David Jackson, a dentist from Nelson, Lancashire have been charged with possessing explosives at Preston Crown Court today.
The lawyers for the pair declined to ask for bail and were remanded in custody. A trial is set for February 12th at Manchester Crown Court.
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Two men were arrested in Lancashire last week in the biggest explosives haul ever found at a house in the UK.
Robert Cottage (49), of Talbot Street, Colne, and David Bolus Jackson (62), of Trent Road, Nelson, appeared at a Pennine magistrate's court charged under the Explosive Substances Act 1883. Mrs Christiana Buchanan, acting for the prosecution in court, suggested that the pair had "some kind of masterplan".
Following a brawl between Russian and Chechen mafia, a popular assembly adopted a fascist resolution for a pogrom. A later anti-fascist attack on fascist leaders resulted in several arrests.
On August 29th, a row began in a café, 'Chayka', in Kondologa, Russia. The fight was between drunken local youths and the Chechen criminal group, which ran the cafe.
Next Wednesday marks the 70th anniversary of the day that the workers of the East End of London united in defiance of Sir Oswald Mosley's British Union of Fascists and refused to let them march through their streets.
From The Guardian (Saturday September 30, 2006) by Audrey Gillan.
They built barricades from paving stones, timber and overturned lorries. Women threw the contents of chamber pots on to the heads of policemen and children hurled marbles under their horses and burst bags of pepper in front of their noses.
Action by workers at a Doncaster social club has prevented the BNP from holding a meeting.
The BNP are attempting to organise in the Doncaster area, probably in preparation for next year's council elections.
Obituary of Italian anarchist Goliardo Fiaschi by Stuart Christie from the Guardian newspaper.
By Stuart Christie
From the Guardian, Wednesday August 16, 2000