Against a background of the New Cross Massacre, I.R.A. Hunger Strikes, Brixton Riots and Royal Wedding, an Anarchist goes crazy in Margaret Thatcher's 80's Britain.
“If … you should see someone wearing a badge like this while all around you are losing theirs and blaming it on you, then we’d like to let you know what it means. It stands for International Front, is the brainchild of one Michael Dickinson from Durham and is the symbol of what he hopes will one day become a movement. To publicize IF and its aims (troops out of Ireland, nuclear disarmament, abolition of the Monarchy and other commendable notions), Dickinson handcuffed himself to the altar rail of St. Paul’s last Monday. The police were called and unlocked him with a skeleton key.”
TIME OUT Rumbles News 1980