August 21, 2009
Posted by Antifascist
Within hours, a staggering 12,636 letters had been sent, a response that Nick Lowles of Searchlight/Hope not hate described as 'sending a resounding message to the authorities'. That figure has now gone up to 14,000+ and the Home Secretary has announced that the anti-Islam march in Luton will not be taking place. In fact, as a precautionary measure, all marches have been banned in the town for the next three months.
Thanks to everyone who sent off a letter. We have won and Luton is a safer place because of it. This is just further proof of what we can achieve when we get organised.
Hope not hate