Anti-Fascism

How to fight the BNP

In the council elections on 4 May the fascist British National Party (BNP) is standing 350 candidates, hoping to make a small breakthrough.

They appeal to those who feel themselves “despondent, depressed, angry, ignored, abandoned, forgotten, ripped off, exploited, overtaxed, unrepresented”. They say that the crisis in the Health Service shows “the profit motive outweighing patient care”, and denounce “private gain for public service”.