National Front march on Remembrance Sunday, London in 1989 . Matthew (Matty) Collins in dark suit with white armband in centre foreground. Collins later became a mole for anti racist organisation Searchlight.
Collins writes that persons believed to be present include Tom Mundy, a man called Boyce from Eastbourne (dec.) , Terry Blackham (centre, looking to right of frame wearing tie). Two behind Blackham and holding the flag in the yellow jacket is John Kevin Wilshaw, a Cumbrian whose father was a senior police officer. Wilshaw worked as a nurse in a mental home and was latter convicted and jailed for criminal damage to a mosque during the Rushdie affair. 4 places behind him (tall with white shirt) is Robert (Bob) Best, ex-army. Was active in the South West NF under Cotteril.