Not In Our Name

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Lacking legal recourse, U.K. musicians from bands including Blur and Pink Floyd have launched a campaign demanding the far-right British National Party stop raising money by using their music on compilation CDs with titles like "Proud Heritage" and "Rule Britannia." The artists object to the BNP's "politics and morals."

Currently, notes Nigel McCune of the Musicians' Union, activist Billy Bragg could find his songs used to raise money "for something he has spent his entire musical life campaigning against."

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