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The far right in Britain video explainer

From Oswald Mosley's Blackshirts in the 1930s through to the National Front, the British National party and the English Defence League, the far right in Britain has been part of the political landscape for decades. Now anti-immigration sentiment is ... The Guardian, 1 week ago

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The Battle of Cable Street remembered

Eighty years ago this week, the Battle of Cable Street took place. The British Union of Fascists led by Oswald Mosley were attacked and turned away by London Jews and Irish labourers in the east end
 BBC2 months ago Veteran from the Battle of Cable Street Max Levitas warns about dangers of 'fascism and racism'  International Business Times UK1 month ago The Battle of Cable Street: Britain's fight against fascism BBC News  Global Herald2 months ago 'We still haven't learned the lesson of the Battle of Cable Street 80 years on'  NewsGrio2 months ago
Al Jazeera

Kirsty Major: Once on the fringe, UK far-right has gone mainstream

Eighty years ago today London's East End stood up to fascists, taking on the British black shirts led by Oswald Mosley. The dramatic day of riots in defence of the community's Irish and Jewish population would eventually become mythologised as the ...
 The Gulf Today2 months ago Remembering the Battle of Cable Street  Al Jazeera2 months ago From Cable Street to Caulfield  Australian Jewish News2 weeks ago Sadiq Khan: Cable Street offers roadmap to defeat extremism  The Times Of Israel1 month ago
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To Hell With Safe Spaces

by Allan Massie Scene: The Cambridge University Union in, as I remember, 1958. The invited speaker, Sir Oswald Mosley, the former leader of the British Union of Fascists, got up to his feet. A student dashed forward and hurled a custard pie into ...
 Education News2 months ago

Still fighting the fascist menace

Thousands flock to Cable Street to celebrate historic victory over Mosley's Blackshirts by Sofia Lotto Persio in east London THE FIGHT against racism and fascism is as vital today as it was 80 years ago in the historic Battle of Cable Street, ...
 Brief Report.co.uk1 month ago
The Express Tribune

The Mitfords: A family like no other

There has never been a family of women with such divers­e and dissim­ilar approa­ches to life, litera­ture and politi­cs [emailprotected] Recently there have been a number of anniversaries exclusively for women. While browsing through ...
 The Express Tribune4 days ago
Jerusalem Post

British Jewry, intolerance against Orthodoxy and global religious extremism

Jonathan Arkush, leader of the main representative body of Britain's Jews, sees good reason to be optimistic on the kingdom's Jewish community. The leader of Britain's Jewish community holds dearly to the motto live and let live. Whether within the ...
 Jerusalem Post5 days ago

In Search Of A College MVP

Some of my fondest college memories are of debates held by the Progressive Party of the Yale Political Union. Ostensibly a debate about a topic (Social Change Demands Violence, One Person Can Change The World), it didn't really matter what the topic ...
 University Ventures5 days ago

It's hard not to be charmed in unspoiled south-central England

A Classic Journeys walking tour group crosses the pasture overlooking the Cotswolds village of Adlestrop, which Jane Austen memorialized — and fictionalized — in her third novel, "Mansfield Park." (Nancy Nathan) "If you ever need reminding how ...
 Washington Post6 days ago

GERARD HOWLIN: Higgins failed to seek Government advice before giving Castro eulogy

It is the Government not the President which leads in setting out Ireland's position in the world, writes Gerard Howlin Sir Oswald Mosley, the leader of the 'Blackshirts' and the British Union of Fascists. I COULD only think of Lady Diana ...
 Irish Examiner1 week ago
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