Unite Against Fascism | Wikipedia audio article
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Unite Against Fascism
00:01:10 1 History
00:02:35 1.1 Protests against the British National Party
00:04:57 2 Arrests and violence
00:08:10 3 Criticism
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Unite Against Fascism (UAF) is an anti-fascist pressure group in the United Kingdom, with support from politicians of the three largest political parties in the House of Commons, including the former Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour politician Tony Benn. It describes itself as a national campaign with the aim of alerting British society to a perceived threat of fascism and the far right—in particular the British National Party (BNP)—gaining a foothold at local, national and European elections, arguing that “there is a real danger that the BNP could get a significant platform in elected institutions”.Its joint secretaries are Weyman Bennett and Sabby Dhalu, formerly of the National Assembly Against Racism (NAAR). Its chair is Steve Hart of the union Unite and its assistant secretary is Jude Woodward of Socialist Action.Since 2013, UAF has mainly operated through the brand Stand Up To Racism, which has many of the same officers as UAF: Bennett and Dhalu as joint secretaries, Diane Abbott as president and co-chairs Dave Ward of the Communication Workers’ Union and Talha Ahmad of the Muslim Council of Britain.