National Front

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The National Front (NF) is a far-right UK political party, categorised as neo-fascist by anti-racist groups. It was founded on February 7, 1967 under the chairmanship of Arthur K. Chesterton, former leader of the League of Empire Loyalists, with the purpose of opposing immigration and multi-culturalist policies in Britain. It grew during the 1970s and had as many as 20,000 members by 1974.

The current NF

The fortunes of the National Front have subsequently waned, although it still exists as a small party, and fielded 7 candidates at the 1997 General Election. The NF's current National Chairman is Tom Holmes.


National Front
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