Searchlight (magazine) - Informants


Searchlight relies for its material on those involved in the far-right. This includes a range of infiltrators, defectors and casual informers.

Its most famous defectors were Ray Hill, and Matthew Collins, now of the HOPE not hate campaign.

Most of its material, however, comes from informers, such as Alan Harvey, who do so because of feuds with their fellow right-wingers and not from any conviction of Searchlight's cause.

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