British nationals that join jihadist groups abroad are still British nationals and should be processed by our criminal justice system like other criminals.
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Hitler’s reich may not have lasted a thousand years, but a decades-long one was foreseeable as those troops set off from the coast of southern England on 6 June 1944.
The BNP has now fully returned to its old Nazi-style antisemitic heritage: and the torch is passing to BNP Youth.
Last Thursday in France, fascism claimed a life. Clément Méric, a young trade unionist and far-left activist, died under the blows of a group of skinheads in Paris.
The Di Canio incident has underlined the need to step up campaigning against fascism, whether in uncovering extremists in the world of sport or entertainment as well as far-right political movements.
I have no idea whether or not Paulo Di Canio is a racist, just as I have no clue whether everyone who waddles through Trafalgar Square on May Day with a giant portrait of Stalin believes in the necessity of the Gulag or a bullet to the back of the head. I would, however, hesitate to put such people in positions where they have authority over people who their political heroes regarded as expendable.
The far-right are targeting the Irish community in Liverpool.
Andrew Brons MEP – who quit the BNP last month – has formed a new far-right party with fellow ex-BNPers, Holocaust deniers, racists and anti-Semites.