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From: The Socialist issue 911, 27 July 2016: No compromise with Labour right

Search site for keywords: Huntingdon - Racist - Refugees - Racism - Homes - Migrant workers

Huntingdon anti-racist rally

A small group of BNP supporters gathered heavily out-numbered by anti-BNP protestors in London's Whitehall , 1 June 2013, photo Paul Mattsson

A small group of BNP supporters gathered heavily out-numbered by anti-BNP protestors in London's Whitehall , 1 June 2013, photo Paul Mattsson   (Click to enlarge)

Crowds took to the streets of Huntingdon on 16 July to march in solidarity with the Polish community and embrace the diverse culture of the town.

The welcome show of inclusiveness was necessary after the vile racism and xenophobia that was exhibited immediately after the referendum.

Racist signs were displayed in residential areas near the homes of Polish families, as well as a primary school, telling them to leave.

The march was a welcome show of inclusiveness to all migrant workers and refugees as well as an important message to those who seek to divide our communities. "Enough is enough, we will accept no more".

The Socialist Party, Huntingdon Labour, Unite the Union and the Greens all showed their support.

Taran O'Sullivan





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