High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert Relf (born 1924)
is a far right British 'race martyr' who briefly became a cause
celebre for the tabloid press in the 1970s. Relf first came to
national attention in 1976 when he advertised his house in
Leamington Spa as being 'For Sale - to an English family only'.
Relf was found to be in breach of the Race Relations Act and was
jailed for contempt of court when he refused to take it down.
Relf's plight was taken up by the tabloid press as an example of
the supposedly draconian nature of race legislation and there was
an outcry that Relf was imprisoned for his actions. However fervour
for Relf's cause soon died after articles about his background
began to appear in the Sunday Times, revealing that Relf had been a
member of the British Movement and had served as a bodyguard to
Colin Jordan as well as attempting to organise a UK branch of the
Ku Klux Klan.
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