Tommy Robinson (activist)

Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, better known as Tommy Robinson, is a British far-right, anti-Islam activist, and convicted criminal. He is the co-founder and former leader of the English Defence League, and later served as a political advisor to former UKIP leader Gerard Batten.
Alan Lake (English Defence League)
Alan Lake is the pseudonym used by Alan Ayling, a computer expert from Highgate, London. Until 2011, he was a director of Pacific Capital Investment Management. Ayling was described by the media in 2011 as a millionaire, and as the "chief financier" of
Mary Benson (campaigner)
Dorothy Mary Benson was a South African civil rights campaigner and author
Derek Ridgewell
Derek Ridgewell was a former British Transport Police officer who was involved with a series of arrests followed by court cases in which it was later found that he had framed innocent people, and was eventually jailed for mail theft. Several of those
Almondbury Community School bullying incident
A sixteen-year-old youth was shown on video assaulting a fifteen-year-old Syrian refugee boy in a playground attack in Almondbury, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England. The attack took place at Almondbury Community School on 25 October 2018; the
I Go Ape
"I Go Ape" is the second single by Neil Sedaka, immediately following his success with the debut single "The Diary", and was written by Sedaka himself and Howard Greenfield. It was released in 1958, and also appears on Sedaka's 1959 debut solo album Rock
Jack Renshaw (terrorist)
Jack Andrew Renshaw is a convicted child sex offender, terrorist and former spokesperson for the neo-Nazi organisation National Action. He was an economics and politics student at Manchester Metropolitan University and an organiser for the British
Mexico–United States international park
The Mexico-United States international park, also known as El Carmen Big Bend Complex, is a proposed transboundary protected area straddling the part of the U.S.–Mexico boundary delineated by the Rio Grande. Proposed by U.S. President Franklin Delano
National Action (UK)
National Action is a far-right neo-Nazi terrorist organisation based in the United Kingdom. Founded in 2013, the group is secretive, and has rules to prevent members from talking about it openly. It has been a proscribed organisation in the United Kingdom
Genocide: Its Political Use in the Twentieth Century
Genocide: Its political use in the Twentieth Century is a book by the sociologist Leo Kuper, about genocide
Maj-Lis Lööw
Maj-Lis Lööw is a former social democrat politician who served as the minister of immigration and minister of gender equality between 1989 and 1991 in the cabinets of Prime Minister Ingvar Carlsson. She was also a member of the Swedish Parliament and