Cambridgeshire neo-Nazi rally stood as ‘charity’ event – BBC News
Hundreds of beings attended a neo-Nazi rallying “thats really not” opposed by police in the impression it was a charity event.
About 350 parties attended the rally on the commemoration of the death of Ian Stuart Donaldson, who founded white supremacist radical Blood and Honour.
But Cambridgeshire Police said the force had been told the Haddenham mustering on 23 and 24 September was in aid of Help for Heroes.
Mr Donaldson died in a gondola disintegrate in Derbyshire in 1993, aged 36.
Blood and Honour has been prohibited in a number of countries across Europe and in Russia.
Matthew Collins, from the Hope not Hate campaign group, told the BBC the pick was an annual Blood and Honour event following the death of Mr Donaldson and had moved around the UK because it had “struggled to find venues that will host them”.