National Front

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For the French based political party originally called Front National see National Front (France).

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[1]. 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).[2] 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.'[3]



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  1. "1975: National Front rallies against Europe", BBC, Accessed 1 March 2007
  2. Staff Membership of Racist Groups and Organisations, HM Prison Service, 28 Aug 2001. Accessed 19 Jan 2009
  3. National Front - 100 questions and answers - The Faqs, National Front website, version placed in web archive 1 Feb 2004, accessed in web archive 4 Nov 2009