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and Rotherham. Their organisers chose Birmingham and Stafford because at present, through conspiracy, connivance or inefficiency and lack of foresight, the Race Relations Board of British has given the fascist movement a martyr in the person of Robert Relf, now imprisoned in Stafford for refusing to take down a sign outside his house which advertised the house for sale to 'whites only'. Fifty-one year old Relf was first put into Birmingham prison for an indefinite term, not for the advertisement itself, an act which carries no legal penalty, but for contempt of the court which ordered its removal.

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