Published on Thu Oct 17, 2013 by David J Colbran
Around 7000 people marched through Liverpool city centre for a march against fascism organised by Unite the Union. As part of a national day of protest, trade unions and anti-racism groups led the rally through the city centre. A major focus of the event was a message that far-right BNP (British National Party) leader Nick Griffin must be defeated at the Euro elections next year. Liverpool, England, UK. Saturday 12th October 2013. Please contact me for usage or licencing details.
anti-fascist Author: David J Colbran
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