Hann is co-author with Steve Tilzey of "No Retreat".
Both are veterans of the many physical confrontations
which took place between the militant anti-fascists
of AFA and members of the National Front, the BNP
and Combat 18 in Manchester in the period 1977 to
1997, a tactic that eventually forced the fascists
off the streets across Britain. "No Retreat"
tells the story, in their own words, of how this was
event should be of interest to all anti-racists and
anti-fascists committed to opposing the current increase
in "race" politics in this country, where
at present isolated groups and individuals are attempting
to organise along the same lines as the far-right
has done in Europe. For those who wish to avoid repeating
the mistakes of the liberal anti-racists in Britain
and elsewhere who are in part responsible for the
current successes of the far-right across Europe,
this talk should be instructive.
censorships exist to prevent any one from challenging
current conceptions and existing institutions. All progress
is initiated by challenging current conceptions, and
executed by supplanting existing institutions. Consequently
the first condition of progress is the removal of censorships. - George Bernard Shaw