MCARF

(redirected from Merseyside Coalition Against Racism and Fascism)
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MCARFMerseyside Coalition Against Racism and Fascism (Liverpool, England, UK)
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As Tierney, 53, was preparing to leave, Mr Barnett - who is a member of Merseyside Coalition against Racism and Fascism - ran past the BNP crowd so he could hand out leaflets on St George's Plateau.
As Tierney was preparing to leave, Mr Barnett - who is a member of Merseyside Coalition against Racism and Fascism - ran past the BNP crowd so he could hand out leaflets on St George's Plateau.
An "informal political movement" calling themselves the Merseyside Coalition Against Racism and Fascism - of which Mr Barnett is a member - heard about the campaigning and headed into the city to hand out their own leaflets.
He said an "informal political movement" calling itself the Merseyside Coalition Against Racism and Fascism - of which Mr Barnett is a member - heard about the campaigning and headed into the city to hand out their own leaflets.
Mr Dixon said an "informal political movement" calling themselves the Merseyside Coalition Against Racism and Fascism - of which Mr Barnett is a member - heard about the campaigning and headed into the city to hand out their own leaflets.
The Merseyside Coalition Against Racism and Fascism held a conference at the Casa club on Hope Street on Saturday to discuss the issue.
Organised by Merseyside Coalition Against Racism and Fascism, protesters at the rally spoke to local people and urged them not to vote for the BNP.
The event is being backed by Merseyside TUC, the Liverpool 8 Law Centre, the Merseyside Coalition Against Racism and Fascism and the Liverpool ECHO.
In a letter to the Merseyside Coalition Against Racism and Fascism, Bishop Jones said: "I am sorry not to be with you in Princes Park for your music festival on Sunday, September 4.
THE Merseyside Coalition Against Racism and Fascism will hold its annual meeting in Liverpool this weekend.
The Merseyside Coalition Against Racism and Fascism yesterday controversially claimed recent events, particularly the London bombings, had increased the level of racism and intolerance.
Threats were made on two fascist web sites to disturb the AGM of the Merseyside Coalition Against Racism and Fascism.
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