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Fighting Racism: which way are we marching? - FRFI 116 December 1993 / January 1994

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'There is an urgent need for serious discussion about the tactics of today's anti-fascist movement...in isolation, they do little to address the real issues of racism in areas of the East End, racism which is embedded not merely in the BNP but in all the political parties and in the institutions of local and national government.' Read more >

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Andrew O’Hagan’s Grenfell ‘novella’: truly a class act

The 60,000+-word essay published by the London Review of Books just one week before the anniversary of the Grenfell fire, by novelist and reporter Andrew O’Hagan, shows the kind of establishment backlash we can now expect against those fighting for justice for the 72 people who died. Read more >>

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