John McAuley

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John McAuley.

John McAuley (born c. 1954) is a former British national liberation activist, who is best known as chairman of the National Front from 1995 until 1998. From Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, McAuley was associated with the National Front Flag Group following the turmoil of the 1980s and tried to advocate for unity across the nationalist movement. When Ian Anderson decided to drop the name National Front for the National Democrats, McAuley reluctantly headed up those who disagreed with this move. According to a post on VNN,[1] McAuley sued the magazine Searchlight for calling him a "Nazi" and settled for £10,000, before dropping out of the movement. His successor as chairman of the Front was the veteran Tom Holmes.

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  1. NF Warchest - can you donate? Vanguard News Network. January 11, 2014. Accessed January 11, 2014.