Leave Nothing to Chance
Leave Nothing to Chance was an anti-fascist fanzine with a heavily satirical and tongue in cheek look at both fascist opponents and other rival anti-fascist organisations.
Though edited anonymously the content was largely overseen by Trev HAGL and Rob Codeye, both eponymous editors of those regional punk zines. The content was a mix of satirical cartoons (e.g. S&M-clad Nazi skinheads performing sex acts at a rave while declaring their hatred of gays and drug dealers) and news/profiles of far right characters.
The address given was via a PO Box in Middlesbrough, in the UK, shared with the local Anti-Fascist Action. Only one issue was printed, in 1994.