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The British League of Rights was an offshoot of the Australian League of Rights founded in 1971. It was an "anti-semitic and white supremacist" political group. The British League opposed the entry of the UK into the European Economic Community. The British League of Rights hosted the fourth Crown Commonwealth League of Rights conference in 1985. Don Martin elected to resign from the chairmanship of the Policy Unit of the Federation of Small Businesses in 2001 as a result of a campaign by Gerry Gable's Searchlight magazine.

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  • Die 1971 gegründete British League of Rights (deutsch: Britische Liga der Rechten) ist ein Ableger der Australian League of Rights. Sie ist eine „antisemitische und rechtsradikale“ politische Gruppierung. Die British League opponierte gegen den Eintritt Großbritanniens in die Europäische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft (EWG). Don Martin trat 2001 von der Führerschaft der politischen Vereinigung wegen einer Kampagne von im Magazin gegen ihn zurück und wurde Mitglied in der , einer mitgliederstarken Organisation der Interessen des britischen Mittelstands.
  • The British League of Rights was an offshoot of the Australian League of Rights founded in 1971. It was an "anti-semitic and white supremacist" political group. The British League opposed the entry of the UK into the European Economic Community. The British League of Rights hosted the fourth Crown Commonwealth League of Rights conference in 1985. Don Martin elected to resign from the chairmanship of the Policy Unit of the Federation of Small Businesses in 2001 as a result of a campaign by Gerry Gable's Searchlight magazine.
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  • Die 1971 gegründete British League of Rights (deutsch: Britische Liga der Rechten) ist ein Ableger der Australian League of Rights. Sie ist eine „antisemitische und rechtsradikale“ politische Gruppierung. Die British League opponierte gegen den Eintritt Großbritanniens in die Europäische Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft (EWG). Ab den frühen 1970er Jahren wurde sie von Don Martin, einem früheren Mitglied der australischen Young Liberals geführt. Unter der Führung von Martin wuchs die Mitgliederzahl der British League an. Lady vom wurde die Generalsekretärin. Um 1974 wurde die British League of Rights Teil der World Anti-Communist League und ersetzte den von Geoffrey Stewart-Smith, der die World Anti-Communist League wegen ihres Antisemitismus verließ. 1975 ging die British League eine Verbindung mit dem Verlag ein, ein Verlag den Henry Hamilton Beamish von der rechtsradikalen britischen Organisation The Britons gegründet hatte. Die British League war Mitglied der 1972 gegründeten Crown Commonwealth League of Rights, einer Dachorganisation der Rechten des britischen Commonwealth in der auch die Australian League of Rights und Canadian League of Rights und New Zealand League of Rights Mitglied waren. Die British League veranstaltete 1985 die vierte Konferenz der Crown Commonwealth League of Rights, einer Dachorganisation, die von Eric Butler gegründet wurde, dem Führer der Australian League of Rights. Don Martin trat 2001 von der Führerschaft der politischen Vereinigung wegen einer Kampagne von im Magazin gegen ihn zurück und wurde Mitglied in der , einer mitgliederstarken Organisation der Interessen des britischen Mittelstands.
  • The British League of Rights was an offshoot of the Australian League of Rights founded in 1971. It was an "anti-semitic and white supremacist" political group. The British League opposed the entry of the UK into the European Economic Community. In the early 1970s it came under the direction of Don Martin, a former member of the Australian Young Liberals, who has run it ever since. Under Martin's direction the British League increased its membership. Conservative Monday Club member Lady Jane Birdwood was General Secretary. By 1974, the British League of Rights became the British chapter of the World Anti-Communist League, replacing Geoffrey Stewart-Smith's , which claimed to have left due to the Anti-Communist League's anti-semitism. In 1975 the British League established an association with the Britons Publishing Company. Although not officially connected, the League of Rights had links to the National Front and during the leadership of John Tyndall articles that appeared in League of Rights publications were regularly reprinted in Tyndall's organ Spearhead. The British League of Rights hosted the fourth Crown Commonwealth League of Rights conference in 1985. Don Martin elected to resign from the chairmanship of the Policy Unit of the Federation of Small Businesses in 2001 as a result of a campaign by Gerry Gable's Searchlight magazine.
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