WORLD IN ACTION: VIOLENCE WITH VIOLENCE
The increasing racial violence in Britain, concentrating on the British National Party (BNP) and their opposition in the form of the Anti-Nazi League (ANL) and the Anti-Racist Alliance (ARA). Examines the forms of violence, arson attacks, murders and vandalism attributed to the BNP. Then examines the rivalry and use of violent tactics by the anti-racist groups, in the light of the Welling riots in September 1993. Includes comments from families of murdered black youths who claim that the anti-racist parties hijacked their campaigns for justice for their own political ends. Also looks at Youth Against Racism in Europe (YRE) which has a 25-member `away team' which can cause confrontation and violence. Comments and interviews come from Mark Wandworth, National Secretary of the ARA; Ken Livingstone MP; Paul Holborow, national organiser of the ANL; Gary McFarlane ANL organiser; Deputy Assistant Commissioner David Osland of the Metropolitan Police; Paul Heron organiser of the YRE; Peter Kilfoyle MP; Richard Adams father of murder victim Rolan Adams; Ramesh Sharma uncle of murder victim Rohit Sharma; and Doreen Lawrence mother of murder victim Stephen Lawrence.