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1968 -1989 ENGLAND THE WAY WE WERE BRITISH SOCIETY in 1970s 1980s BRITAIN

Hoxton, London. 1976<br />
John Tyndall leader of the National Front, a raciest anti-immigration party, drums up support from an almost exclusive male audience from the back of a lorry, decked out in Union Jack flags at the Saturday Hoxton Street market on 27th November. By the 1979 General Election, the NF was able to field 303 candidates, polling over 191,000 but failed to win a single seat in parliament.
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John Tyndall leader of the extreme right wing National Front party gathering his supporters. Hoxton east London, 27th November 1976
Hoxton, London. 1976
John Tyndall leader of the National Front, a raciest anti-immigration party, drums up support from an almost exclusive male audience from the back of a lorry, decked out in Union Jack flags at the Saturday Hoxton Street market on 27th November. By the 1979 General Election, the NF was able to field 303 candidates, polling over 191,000 but failed to win a single seat in parliament.

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Date: 23 Feb 2013
Location: LONDON Greater London UK
Credit: HOMER SYKES
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