A large BNP (British National Party) meeting was held in a village just outside Halifax on Easter Sunday (27/03/05). The BNP leader, Nick Griffin was present at the meeting, and on the agenda was party strategy for the May elections, and also the demonstration coinciding with Nick Griffin answering his bail at Halifax police station on April 6th.
At short notice, a mobilisation was organised to counter the meeting. Due to police presence on the day, the response to the meeting would have to be short and sweet. So thirty anti-fascists pulled up outside the meeting and within seconds were hurling half bricks and rocks at the BNP security, who ran inside the meeting hall. BNP activists cars were smashed (most car insurance doesn't cover vandalism). Job done, and a quick getaway was made. No injuries, or arrests made.
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(TAKEN FROM ANTIFA.ORG.UK)