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It would have been nice if the author had told us more about the ...
on 30 November 2015
It would have been nice if the author had told us more about the links between the UDA and the far right than he does. Reading this book, one may well feel that the UDA has always given its full support to the National Front (NF) and other far right groups which is not the case. Throughout the troubles there was many a UDA member and commander who objected to the racial polices of the British far right: Jackie McDonald for example, the brigadier of South Belfast UDA was one. That said, this is a very good book which provides an fascinating insight into the British far right and I recommend it for anybody with an interest in the subject.