Post-Brexit civic nationalists face High Noon in Yorkshire and Devon by-elections

Disgraced “gay Muslim Tory” MP Imran Ahmad Khan, whose criminal conviction prompted the Wakefield by-election Nominations closed this afternoon for two parliamentary by-elections to be held on 23rd June in the West Yorkshire constituency of Wakefield and the Devon constituency of Tiverton & Honiton. Each of these by-elections follows scandals that disgraced the previous Conservative MP. In Wakefield a homosexual Muslim Conservative... [Read More...]

Nationalist results at 2022 local elections

Britain First candidate Ashlea Simon (above centre) with her campaign team at the Salford election count. Votes have been counted across most of the UK in local council elections, as well as crucial contests for the Northern Ireland Assembly. As previously explained in H&D, there were much reduced numbers of candidates this year from the UK’s various racial and civic nationalist parties. The once-mighty BNP now seems totally defunct,... [Read More...]

Is this the end of ‘For Britain’?

Anne-Marie Waters gambled on an alliance with anti-Muslim hooligan Tommy Robinson (above right) but failed yesterday in her attempt to win a council seat. Anne-Marie Waters – founder and leader of the For Britain Movement – was heavily defeated yesterday in her attempt to win election to Hartlepool Borough Council. Ms Waters had moved to the area and campaigned intensively for a couple of years, believing that various local scandals including... [Read More...]

Huge increase in Le Pen vote – but another defeat

Marine Le Pen conceding defeat this evening Marine Le Pen – leader of the nationalist party Rassemblement National (formerly the National Front) –has lost the French presidential election to former banker and ‘centrist’ Emmanuel Macron by a margin of 58.5% to 41.5%. More than 13 million French voters backed Le Pen. This is by far the strongest vote for a nationalist candidate in postwar French history – up from 33.9% (10.6... [Read More...]

Happy St George’s Day!

The Editor, Assistant Editor and all involved with H&D wish all Englishmen, not just in England, but in the British Isles and worldwide, a very happy St George’s Day. How did a man born in Cappadocia in AD 270 become the patron saint of England? For our overseas readers, here are ten facts about Saint George. St George’s Day takes place on 23 April, which is traditionally accepted as being the date of his death in AD 303. St... [Read More...]

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