H&D issue 120 is out now

The new issue (#120) of Heritage and Destiny magazine is out now and has been posted to subscribers. The 28-page, July – August 2024 issue, has as its lead:

Whatever the result of the General Election – there will be no meaningful change. This is merely a changing of the guard. The only difference between the old gang parties is the colour of their rosettes.

Issue 120.

July – August 2024

Contents include:

  • Editorial – by Mark Cotterill
  • The “Transitional Programme” and the way forward for nationalism – by Ian Freeman
  • Right to Reply – The ‘Ladder Strategy and Community Politics’? – It has its weaknesses, but it is a part of the tactic of ‘Revolution from Below’ – by Steve Frost
  • The Enemy has the English countryside in the crosshairs – by Frederick Dixon
  • 2024 Elections – the Asian resistance and the White surrender?  – by Peter Rushton
  • Book Review – Léon Degrelle in Exile – 1945-1994 – by José Luis Jerez Riesco – Part I of a review by Peter Rushton
  • Multi-racialism – The experiment that went wrong – by Hugh Perry
  • Book Review – Enemies and Neighbours: Arabs and Jews in Palestine and Israel, 1917-2017 – by Ian Black – reviewed by Alec Suchi
  • From the Other side of the Pond – by Kenneth Schmidt
  • Two full pages of readers’ letters
  • Movement News – Latest analysis of the nationalist movement – by Peter Rushton
  • Movie Review – Civil War – reviewed by Mark Cotterill

If you would like a sample copy of this issue, please send just £7.00 or $15.00 to H&D, 40 Birkett Drive, Preston, PR2 6HE, England, UK – or if you would like to subscribe, please go to – http://www.heritageanddestiny.com/publications/journal/ – for full details or email – heritageanddestiny@yahoo.com

H&D Issue 119 published

The new issue (#119) of Heritage and Destiny magazine is out now. The 28-page, May – June 2024 issue, has as its lead:

Reform UK – Is this really the best “the right” can offer voters at the next election?

Issue 119

May – June 2024

Contents include:

  • Editorial – by Mark Cotterill
  • Vincent Reynouard extradited from Scotland: backdoor criminalisation of revisionist history? – by Peter Rushton
  • Right to Reply – The British Democrats and Community Politics – by Matt Godden
  • The Agricultural Question: A Problem of Blood and Soil – by Isabel Peralta
  • The multicultural chickens come home to roost: anti-Zionist maverick wins Rochdale by-election – by Peter Rushton
  • Book Review – A Heretic’s Manifesto: Essays on the Unsayable – by Brendan O’Neill – reviewed by Gordon Chatfield
  • Carry On back to an England, the like of which we will sadly never see again – by Alec Suchi
  • Obituary – Judith Ann Lyons – The Fiery Redhead – 1955-2022 – by Jack van Tongeren
  • First, They Came for VDARE … – by James Knight
  • The people who ride in a hole in the ground! – by Jack Antonio
  • Book Review – Anglophobia – The Unrecognised Hated – by Harry Richardson and Frank Salter – Part II of a review by Ian Freeman
  • Into the Countryside – by James Collyer
  • From the Other Side of the Pond – by Kenneth Schmidt
  • Two full pages of readers’ letters
  • Movement News – Latest analysis of the nationalist movement – by Peter Rushton
  • Movie Review – Golda – reviewed by Mark Cotterill

If you would like a sample copy of this issue, please send just £7.00 or $15.00 to H&D, 40 Birkett Drive, Preston, PR2 6HE, England, UK – or if you would like to subscribe please go to – http://www.heritageanddestiny.com/publications/journal/ – for full details or email – heritageanddestiny@yahoo.com

Beating the bans! Isabel Peralta social media update

On Good Friday (29th March) Isabel Peralta was banned from YouTube and Twitter, without explanation, but she now has a new Twitter account @EvropaInvicta1

English-subtitled versions of many of Isabel’s banned videos are available on the H&D channel at Odysee

The latest video is from a recent visit to Athens, where Isabel found a stark contrast between the archetypal Greece – birthplace of Western civilisation – and the Greece of today, a territory completely stripped of its national, cultural, racial identity. In this video (in Spanish with English subtitles) Isabel visits both the glories of the Parthenon and the sadly contrasting disgrace of multiracial central Athens.

Click here for a regularly updated list of Isabel’s social media accounts

An English-subtitled version of Isabel’s new video, in which she discusses the basis and implications of Spanish nationality law, is also now online.

As Isabel points out, Spanish nationality law is rooted in the victor’s ‘justice’ of 1945, which led to the abandonment of concepts of nationality based on blood – the traditional jus sanguinis.

Readers might be surprised to discover that Spanish nationality law is today actively biased against fellow Europeans, and in favour of so-called “Ibero-Americans” (i.e. those whom Americans term “Hispanics”), even if the latter have no Spanish blood.

Another facet of the “great replacement” of Europeans!

But we should not despair. The European resistance is growing – and the courage, intelligence and loyalty of our European correspondent Isabel Peralta is a beacon of hope for our movement.

Isabel’s latest article for H&D appears in the recently published Issue 118, click here for details. A new article about the fundamental nationalist question of ‘Blood & Soil’, and the implications of the present European agricultural crisis, will be in Issue 119.

H&D Issue 118 published

The new issue (#118) of Heritage and Destiny magazine is out now. The 28-page, March – April 2024 issue, has as its lead:

Will nationalists ever start to win elections again? – Alec Suchi says yes – but you’ve got to be in it to win it!

Issue 118

March – April 2024

Contents include:

  • Editorial – by Mark Cotterill
  • Right to Reply – Community Politics – The Route We Must Take – by Kenny Smith
  • On the front line in Madrid – by Isabel Peralta
  • Book Review – Spies: The Epic Intelligence War between East and West – by Calder Walton – reviewed by Peter Rushton
  • Elections – You’ve got to be in it to win it! – by Alec Suchi
  • The Battle of Lewisham – a stroll down Memory Lane – by Paul Ballard
  • At the 2023 Traditional Britain Group Conference – and the TBG Christmas Social – by Tony Paulsen
  • Book Review – Anglophobia – The Unrecognised Hated – by Harry Richardson and Frank Salter – Part I of a review by Ian Freeman
  • Patriotic Alternative 2023 Conference report – by John Rose
  • From the Other Side of the Pond – by Kenneth Schmidt
  • Two full pages of readers’ letters
  • Movement News – Latest analysis of the nationalist movement – by Peter Rushton
  • Movie Review – Napoleon – reviewed by Mark Cotterill

If you would like a sample copy of this issue, please send just £7.00 or $15.00 to H&D, 40 Birkett Drive, Preston, PR2 6HE, England, UK – or if you would like to subscribe please go to – http://www.heritageanddestiny.com/publications/journal/ – for full details or email – heritageanddestiny@yahoo.com

Issue 118 of H&D magazine delayed, but will be out tomorrow

A message from H&D Editor Mark Cotterill

Sincere apologies for there being no January-February issue of Heritage and Destiny magazine. This was mainly due to your editor being out of action for the best part of January having gone down with a bad dose of the dreaded lurgi – maybe Covid or some other similar disease, whatever it was – and I still don’t know as there was no chance of seeing a NHS doctor, and the nearest private doctor was in Manchester – it almost finished me off. The keyword being “almost” as I’m still here!

However, loyal subscribers should fear not as although the January-February issue has been cancelled, we have now published issue #118, which will now be the March-April 2024 issue, so your subscriptions will still run for six issues, but just be extended by two months. In all fairness to the H&D team, this is the first time in over twenty years that we have failed to get an issue of the magazine out on time, so not too bad a run.

Issue 118 is now back from the printers (we collected it this afternoon) and is now at H&D Towers in Preston, ready to be posted out tomorrow/Tuesday. So please bear with us a few more days, as your copy of Britain’s best nationalist magazine will be dropping on your doormats very soon.

As the famous German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche once said (in 1888), “Out of life’s school of war – what doesn’t kill me, makes me stronger.” Although, this sentence has been misquoted many times, I still think it is very relevant in our situation, as in my humble opinion, it nevertheless accurately portrays the picture of resilience and affirmation for overcoming adversity, which H&D does.

New Isabel Peralta Twitter and YouTube accounts after Instagram ban

The YouTube and Instagram accounts of our European correspondent Isabel Peralta were banned this week in the latest acts of online censorship against the true European resistance.

In response to this attempted censorship, Isabel has returned to Twitter with a new account.

A new YouTube account has already been created and archival material will be uploaded soon, both on this new channel and at Odysee.

Isabel has also created a second Telegram channel, both as a back-up and (for now) as a channel for discussion.

Further updates will be posted soon, both here and at a new website which maintains up to date links to all Isabel’s social media accounts.

Click here to follow the new Isabel Peralta channel.

Isabel Peralta’s last post on Instagram before she was banned on 4th November

H&D Issue 117 published

The new issue (#117) of Heritage and Destiny magazine is out now. The 32-page, November – December 2023 issue, has as its lead:

Is there really such a thing as British Nationalism? – Justin Barrett and Ian Freeman debate the issue

Issue 117

November – December 2023.

Contents include:

  • Editorial – by Mark Cotterill
  • An Irish view on so-called British Nationalism – by Justin Barrett
  • Right to Reply – Yes Britain really is a nation – Our people are Britons, and we are British nationalists by Ian Freeman
  • Edinburgh court criminalises revisionism – by Peter Rushton
  • Book Review – My Crusade or Ours? – by Panait Istrati, edited by Troy Southgate – reviewed by Ian Freeman
  • Reds and Media fail yet again to stop H&D‘s annual meeting, which just keeps getting better!
  • How two British nationalists (and a former KGB spy) exposed an elite network of subversives – by Peter Rushton
  • Millwall by-election 30th Anniversary Dinner – by Tony Paulsen
  • Radical German nationalism in the 2020s: Peter Rushton interviews Dritte Weg leader Matthias Fischer
  • Racial Complexities – A Path Towards Rectification – by Hugh Perry
  • AfD’s Maximilian Krah: a question of loyalty? – by Peter Rushton
  • From the Other Side of the Pond – by Kenneth Schmidt
  • Ukraine – Europe’s front line against barbarism – by Peter Rushton
  • Obituary – Carlos Whitlock Porter 1947-2023 – by Mark Cotterill
  • Book Review – Fifteen Minutes of Hell, The Battle of Lewisham – by Stephen Maggs – reviewed by Mark Cotterill
  • Two full pages of readers’ letters
  • Movement News – Latest analysis of the nationalist movement – by Peter Rushton

If you would like a sample copy of this issue, please send just £5.00 or $10.00 to H&D, 40 Birkett Drive, Preston, PR2 6HE, England, UK – or if you would like to subscribe please go to – http://www.heritageanddestiny.com/publications/journal/ – for full details or email – heritageanddestiny@yahoo.com

Jeremy Corbyn – the terrorists’ friend – attacks H&D and Isabel Peralta

Jeremy Corbyn’s letter to the Home Secretary, calling for bans on H&D and Isabel Peralta

[The following article has also been published in Spanish – please click here for the Spanish translation.]

Former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has launched an extraordinary attack on Heritage and Destiny, calling for our meetings to be banned. In a letter to Home Secretary Suella Braverman, Corbyn has targeted our European correspondent Isabel Peralta, demanding that she should be refused entry to the United Kingdom.

Isabel has never been convicted of any crime, but has twice been detained and questioned by UK Border Force, abusing their powers under the Terrorism Act.

Anyone interested in real terrorism should be looking not at Heritage & Destiny and Isabel Peralta, but at the close allies of Jeremy Corbyn, who has for decades been known as terrorism’s best friend in Parliament.

Jeremy Corbyn with IRA godfather Gerry Adams, who has been one of Corbyn’s closest friends and allies for decades.

From 1985 to 1989 Corbyn was national secretary and later president of the notoriously violent group Anti-Fascist Action. AFA’s terrorist core – Red Action – held its meetings in Corbyn’s constituency office in Islington, north London, and provided security for Corbyn and for one of his closest political allies, IRA godfather Gerry Adams.

Even Corbyn’s own party has often been embarrassed by his especially close ties to the IRA. In 1984 Corbyn was reprimanded by Labour’s chief whip for taking IRA terrorists on a tour of Parliament. In 1987 Corbyn tried to appoint a notorious Irish republican sympathiser and anarchist, Ronan Bennett, as his parliamentary research assistant, but the authorities refused on security grounds to give Bennett a House of Commons pass.

Two of Corbyn’s comrades in Anti-Fascist Action and Red Action – Patrick Hayes (AFA London organiser) and Jan Taylor – were given long jail sentences for bombing the Harrods store in London on behalf of the IRA. Their fellow AFA activist, Liam Heffernan, was jailed for stealing explosives on behalf of another republican terrorist gang, the INLA.

Anti-Fascist Action’s London organiser was jailed for bombing Harrods. Patrick Hayes and his inner circle of violent “anti-fascists” regularly held meetings in Jeremy Corbyn’s constituency office.

A senior police officer later told the Sunday Times that Corbyn “knew they were open supporters of terrorism and he supported them”.

There has never been any suggestion that Corbyn was personally involved in specific acts of terrorism, but for decades police and security services monitored his close connections with terrorists and their active supporters. They were especially concerned that terrorists invited into Westminster premises by Corbyn had been able to familiarise themselves with the layout and security of the Houses of Parliament.

In 1985, Corbyn was the keynote speaker at Red Action’s national meeting. He maintained close ties for years to Red Action, a group whose journal openly stated: “both as an organisation and as individuals we support the activities of the Provisional IRA and the INLA unconditionally and uncritically.”

Some of the paymasters of “anti-fascism” will be embarrassed by the fact that Jeremy Corbyn is now championing their cause. In addition to his support for the IRA, Corbyn has frequently been accused of “anti-semitism”, for example over his praise for a mural that promoted allegedly “anti-semitic tropes”.

H&D has been contacted by several Londoners appalled by Corbyn’s consistent association with terrorists and their propagandists. We have been offered premises in Corbyn’s Islington constituency to hold our next meeting, and we are discussing several options for this event.

Unlike Jeremy Corbyn’s murderous friends and allies, Isabel Peralta – the young Spanish activist whom Corbyn has so disgracefully targeted – has never committed any offence against UK law. In reply to Corbyn’s attack, Isabel writes:
“I honestly find it hard to believe that my mere presence in a country is so dangerous that even one of the main English politicians, former leader of the second-largest political force in England, writes to the Home Secretary asking for me to be banned. I find it difficult to believe that someone who has not committed any crime and has never been convicted is ostracised or exiled from several European countries. But it is like this. Our fanaticism moves mountains and our enemies have more faith in our triumph than we do ourselves.

“One does not fear a madman, one does not take seriously a merely anachronistic or atavistic enemy. There is fear of a revolution. We are a revolution, a living, organic idea, destined to be proudly implemented throughout Europe.”

Let there be no doubt: H&D will continue to expose the truth about Jeremy Corbyn and his crazed Marxist and Irish Republican friends. We shall continue to fight for the true Europe. And we shall contest (at whatever level proves necessary) any attempt to intimidate or exclude our comrade and European correspondent Isabel Peralta.

For further information on “Who are the real terrorists?” click here to read an article by H&D’s assistant editor.

Remembering Four Great British Nationalists – H&D Annual Meeting salutes Derek Beackon, Andrew Brons, Sir Oswald Mosley and Ian Stuart

On 9th September in the Lancashire village of Samlesbury, just to the east of Preston, over 80 nationalists – mainly from the North-West and Yorkshire – attended the annual H&D meeting. Over the past fifteen years or so H&D have hosted cross-party memorial meetings in and around Preston and that tradition continued.

This year the meeting was entitled “Honour the Past – Conquer the Future” and we honoured four great British nationalists, Derek Beackon, Andrew Brons, Sir Oswald Mosley and Ian Stuart Donaldson.

Despite the best efforts of the Lancashire Post, the Preston Blog, Labour Party, SWP, Red Flare (a nutty online Marxist Republican group) and local LGBTQ+ loons to stop it, H&D‘s annual meeting went ahead as planned, with no serious problems.  All credit to Lancashire Police who respected our right to hold a legal political meeting in our free and democratic society and did not interfere with it.

While we were holding our successful 80 strong meeting in a first-class hotel in the beautiful Lancashire countryside, the loony lefties could only muster twenty-one (yes 21!) to their pathetic demonstration on Lune Street, many miles away in Preston city-centre! How ironic the loonies holding their demo on Lune Street!

Chaired by former NF and BNP organiser, and longstanding H&D subscriber Keith Axon, the meeting got underway with the traditional one minute’s silence for all the H&D subscribers who had passed away since our last meeting in September 2022, including Mr Ian Lofthouse, Dr. Roger Pearson, Mr K.D. Russell, Mr M. Sharp, Mr Ken Stead and Mr. P. Trelawney.

For only the second time we had two women speakers. This was one of many aspects of this year’s meeting that both on the panel and in the audience (over 20% were female) showed the increasing diversity of European nationalism.

Also, for only the second time we had two overseas speakers; H&D‘s European correspondent Isabel Peralta, who overcame another detention by UK Border Force at Manchester Airport; and Ken Schmidt H&D‘s American correspondent, who thankfully entered the UK without any problems.

Our Spanish and American guests were delighted to meet so many excellent new comrades from all over Great Britain, especially the large delegations from the British Movement and Patriotic Alternative.

After Keith Axon’s opening remarks, he introduced the first speaker of the afternoon; Benny Bullman, a British Movement activist, and the lead singer of the RAC band Whitelaw. Benny gave a fine tribute to the founder of Blood & Honour, Ian Stuart, who was born 66 years ago in the Lancashire town of Poulton-le-Fylde. It’s 30 years now since his death in 1993, but Benny emphasised that great comrades such as Ian Stuart still live with us in spirit, and we are all determined to be worthy of their legacy.

Our second speaker was Professor John Kersey, educationalist and musician, who leads several international university-level institutions dedicated to bespoke professional education for high achievers, gave a cogent analysis of the burgeoning threats to traditional British values and freedoms – and to the Christian values that are the bedrock of British and European civilization. The dictatorial grip of the political establishment is at last being resisted: the forces of resistance are no longer marginalised – our agenda of maintaining and restoring British traditions is now at the centre of political debate.

Our third speaker was Laura Towler, deputy leader of Patriotic Alternative. Laura talked both about Sir Oswald Mosley – this being the 75th anniversary since he formed his Union Movement, after the end of WWII in 1948 – and Patriotic Alternative, which for the past four years has been fighting to get across the message that White Lives Matter – across a broad front of activities from demonstrations to leafletting, mountain hikes to tea retailing! PA has grown rapidly in its four years of existence. Despite the setbacks of the Electoral Commission constantly rejecting their applications to register as a political party, the PA has combined some of the best veterans of older nationalist parties with a proven ability to attract the best of the younger online nationalist community.

Just before the lunch break, Keith Axon and meeting organiser Mark Cotterill auctioned off a number of books, a George Lincoln Rockwell magazine, framed photographs, Ulster flags and a Whitelaw LP that had been donated by H&D subscribers. The auction raised over £300.

The meeting was then adjourned for a twenty-minute lunch break. An excellent buffet was provided by the BM’s Women’s Division, who as always put on a fine spread.

Keith Axon then opened the second part of the meeting and introduced the afternoon’s fourth speaker Dr. Jim Lewthwaite, an archaeologist and former Bradford city councillor, now chairman of the British Democrats. His speech was based around Nigel Biggar’s new book Colonialism: A Moral Reckoningwhich was reviewed in Issue 115 of H&D. Jim talked about the positive side of the British Empire, as well as slavery and how the British were the first of the major powers of the time to ban it. The British Democrats are now beginning to attract significant numbers of experienced activists as well as those new to electoral politics, however their results at this year’s council elections were disappointing.

Our fifth speaker of the afternoon was Isabel Peralta (speaking in Spanish with an English translation being read by Peter Rushton): she explained that the NS revolution did not end with the defeat at Berlin in 1945, and that faith in the true European cause was capable of moving mountains. She spoke of the great Spartan army, led by Leonidas, whose 300 Spartans stood fast and fought to the death against the mighty 200,000 strong Persian Army at the Battle of Thermopylae in 480 BC. The Spartans showed the true spirit of Europe that we again need now.

The spirit of unity in the real Europe which Isabel spoke about, will soon be reflected in stronger connections between European nationalists – keep checking our website and magazine for details!

Our sixth speaker was Stephen Frost:  National Secretary of the British Movement, longstanding friend of Colin Jordan and author of the Colin Jordan biography ‘TWAS A GOOD FIGHT’! He acknowledged that our movement of resistance to multicultural decay is a ‘broad church’ of patriots, not all of whom by any means are national socialists (as represented by BM and Colin Jordan’s earlier organisations). Yet as he emphasised, BM has always been prepared to lend its support to sincere comrades from other groups and parties – at demonstrations, election campaigns and at meetings such as this one. He said the task of all nationalists is to spread propaganda for our cause by any and every means and format: whether old-school with hard copy leaflets and newspapers or by more modern means using the internet including social media. The propaganda war is bringing increasing numbers to realisation of the essential truth of our values.

Just before the second break of the afternoon H&D Editor Mark Cotterill held the raffle, ably assisted by one of the young ladies who were manning the H&D merchandise stall. There were around thirty raffle prizes this year – again all kindly donated by H&D subscribers.     

Keith Axon then opened the third and final part of the meeting and introduced the afternoon’s seventh speaker Ken Schmidt. Ken has been an activist and writer in the American nationalist movement since the 1980s. He writes a regular column in H&D entitled “From the other side of the Pond”. He is now a member of the League of the South, although he is now living back in the north – in New Jersey.

He spoke firstly about Donald Trump and the US presidential election and then about how the USA as a country is breaking up due to multi-racialism/culturalism. And then about the various movements who support secession and the break-up of the USA as the only long-term solution if White people are to have any future in North America.

Our eighth speaker was Mark Collett, the former chairman of the young BNP, director of publicity and editor of the BNP magazine Identity. Mark is the leader of Patriotic Alternative which he formed in September 2019. Mark has been an active nationalist since the turn of the century and is the most debanked person in the UK! The PA is the fastest growing nationalist organisation in Great Britain and holds regular activities and events every single week.  Mark’s speech was about his ten years inside the BNP, working his way up from the very bottom to the very top – what the BNP did right and what they did wrong, and how modern-day nationalists can learn from their mistakes.

Be sure to check this website in a few days time so that you can see videos of our event’s speeches, including Mark’s excellent insight into our movement’s recent history, which conveys important lessons for a new generation of activists.

Our ninth and final speaker of the afternoon was Peter Rushton: H&D‘s Assistant Editor and webmaster, historian, author of the new Real History Blog, and TV commentator. In his speech concluding the event, Peter mocked those ludicrous fake leftists who (with lavish funding from the usual suspects) had set out to stop our meeting. They had pulled out all the stops to defeat us, not because they feared “terrorism”, but because they feared the truth. “Anti-fascists” and their useful idiots (some of whom call themselves “nationalists”) spend most of their time spreading foul slanders (including against some of our guest speakers), but we carry on regardless with the task of rebuilding the true Britain and the true Europe.

This is the legacy of the four men whom we honoured at this event. If the authorities or the anti-fascists wished to talk about terrorists, Peter said, we were very happy to do so. We are happy to talk about the Zionist terrorists who bombed London, one of the worst of whom is still alive in Paris and untouched by the British counter-terrorist squad, who prefer to carry out political harassment of H&D writers such as Isabel, Peter and Mark. And we are happy to talk about the IRA terrorists to whom Conservative and Labour governments alike have betrayed our nation.

We should be in no doubt, Peter concluded, that reactionary Conservative capitalists are an even worse enemy than the so-called “Left” – the Tweedledum and Tweedledee whom Mosley ridiculed decades ago. Soon after the arrival of the Windrush in the 1940s, Labour MPs had warned about the consequences of mass non-White immigration, using language that would nowadays lead to them being raided by police. Peter thanked Mark Cotterill and his colleagues who have to remain nameless, for making this excellent event possible. He said he was proud to be fighting alongside his fellow speakers and audience members – drawn from many different groups and tendencies within the racial nationalist family – confident in the ultimate victory of our race and civilisation.

H&D editor Mark Cotterill ended the meeting by thanking everybody who helped organise the event and those in the audience who had made the effort to attend, some travelling considerable distances, including two from the USA, Germany and Spain.

Before the meeting and during the two intervals our audience browsed the many literature/merchandise stalls. Apart from the H&D table there were stalls from British Movement, Candour, Patriotic Alternative, The Supplement, Historical Review Press and Yorkshire Forum.

The evening before the meeting we held a social in a nice city centre pub, and after the meeting we returned back to the very same pub, as the landlord (an ex-squaddie himself) was so welcoming the first night, we thought we would give him another evening’s business! Around twenty nationalists attended both socials, some staying until just after 1am on the Saturday – a few sore heads on Sunday morning were reported!    

And finally, special thanks again to the British Movement Women’s Division who provided an excellent buffet; and to the British Movement Leader Guard who carried out security duties in their usual highly efficient manner to ensure that our speakers and audience were entirely safe from the loonies of Lune Street, had they been able to afford the bus fare up to Samlesbury – which of course they could not!

Hopefully we can hold another similar event next year, maybe in a different part of the country, but only time will tell.

H&D social media accounts updated

While H&D has always been (and will remain) primarily a printed magazine, we are presently updating our social media presence.

Editor Mark Cotterill has a Twitter account @HandD_Magazine – and assistant editor and webmaster Peter Rushton has a Twitter account @HistoryWarUK

(Peter has been away from social media during the summer but returns this week.)

The H&D Instagram account is also now back online here.

And of course our editor is still on Facebook here.

Our European correspondent Isabel Peralta has also updated her own social media pages (including new Instagram and Telegram accounts) and is beginning a Podcast. Regularly updated details of Isabel’s social media accounts will be maintained at this new website.

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