THE former leader of Britain First was sentenced to eight weeks in prison yesterday after flouting a court order that banned him from entering mosques.
Paul Golding, 34, who recently stepped down as head of the fascist group for family reasons, admitted contempt of court at the High...
Friday 16th Dec 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
Mair guilty of Cox murder – but far-right terror risk is rising
Thursday 24th Nov 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Defendants celebrate after taking on Britain First racists ‘in self-defence’
Thursday 17th Nov 2016
Rising racism in austerity Britain needs to be addressed or the far right will only gain strength to commit further atrocities, writes SABBY DHALU
Wednesday 22nd Jun 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
MPs on all sides of the House of Commons united in paying tribute to Jo Cox, the MP for Batley and Spen murdered so brutally last Thursday in an apparently fascist-inspired attack.
The pain felt by her colleagues was evident and the praise for the “caring, eloquent, principled...
Tuesday 21st Jun 2016
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Now more than ever we need to reach out across the social and political divide and try to understand how other people think and feel, writes CHARLEY ALLAN
Man held over Jo Cox’s murder had nazi links
Saturday 18th Jun 2016
Corbyn: ‘We will not allow hatred to divide our society’
THE man who tackled Jo Cox’s killer is believed to be ex-miner and former mines rescue worker Bernard Kenny, 77.
Mr Kenny, who lives in Birstall where the attack took place, saw alleged murderer Thomas Mair verbally abusing Ms Cox as she left her Birstall constituency office,...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Police arrest 52-year-old man following murder in Birstall
Friday 17th Jun 2016