The National Front (often known as the NF) is a far-right British political party whose major political activities were during the 1970s and 1980s. It is widely considered a racist group, and the British prison service and police services forbid membership of the National Front (as well as the British National Party and Combat 18). The National Front states that it is not a Nazi party, as it is considered to be by many people, and that it is a democratic political movement. 'We believe in Social Justice, National Freedom and the introduction of a Bill of Rights for everyone.'
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