Through the autumn and winter of 1978–1979, conflicts continued between the left and right. Anna Sullivan recalls weekly battles at Chapel Market in Islington, the Front’s main London paper sale after Brick Lane.: ‘It got very bad . . . You’d see seven or eight Union Jacks on a great spike flag, a hundred fascists at a time.’ Anti-fascists ‘produced leaflets every week, on a Gestetner machine . . . We leafleted every estate. We knocked on every door. The clashes at the market were just at the end of that work.’