Rachel Reeves

Member of Parliament for Leeds West

Hope Not Hate

Rachel and Leeds West Labour volunteers were in Bramley on Remembrance Sunday, handing out leaflets to local residents.

The leaflets were produced by Hope not Hate to mark Remembrance Sunday. Hope not Hate was launched in 2005 as a positive alternative to the BNP's politics of hate.

The leaflet includes information on the BNP's politics of hate, Nick Griffin's history of Fascism, the contributions of non-white and non-British soldiers against Nazism in the World Wars and the work of Hope not Hate.

Rachel said, "Remembrance Sunday is a time for reflection on the contribution and sacrifice of millions against the hatred of Facists. I'm glad that we were able to spend some time on Remembrance Sunday spreading a message of hope, as against the politics of hatred espoused by the BNP. I encourage people to find out more about Hope not Hate's excellent work."

For more information on Hope not Hate please see www.hopenothate.org.uk

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