'Charity' neo-Nazi rally not opposed
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Cambridgeshire neo-Nazi rally billed as 'private party'

Hundreds of people attended a neo-Nazi rally that was not opposed by police in the belief it was a charity event.

Supporters attended the rally on the anniversary of the death of Ian Stuart Donaldson, who founded white supremacist group Blood and Honour.

Cambridgeshire Police said the force had been told the Haddenham gathering on 23 and 24 September was in aid of Help for Heroes.

East Cambridgeshire District Council said organisers had filed a temporary event notice online for a "private party with music".

Mr Donaldson died in a car crash in Derbyshire in 1993, aged 36.

  • 06 Oct 2016
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