Bad weather and the distraction of the leadership challenge could not deter the hardworking Salford branch of the British National Party from setting up a table top with the party’s latest campaign – to give the British people a referendum on our membership of the European Union.
Great first time results in Salford
The British National Party did well in the first elections for Mayor of Salford. Our Candidate Eddy O'Sullivan won 2,026 votes (4.51%). He easily beat the Greens and English Democrats.
The Metropolitan Police are investigating allegations of electoral fraud in Tower Hamlets during the 2010 general election;
Elements of the investigation include a number of 1 and 2 bedroom flats that are reported to have 10 or more registered voters.
By Simon Darby -
The latest from Salford this afternoon is that the Labour Party have put a gun to the head of BBC Radio Manchester and said if the BNP are involved with tonight's (18:30) live debate then they will boycott the event. I'm pleased to be able to report that as it stands the BBC have told Labour that they are not prepared to be dictated to and that Labour will not be taking part but the BNP will.
In keeping with the tide of liberal fascism currently sweeping over the north west of England we received this email from the Manchester Evening News.
Here we have in black and white, confirmation, if indeed it was needed, of a newspaper seeking to pass itself off to the people of Manchester as an impartial provider of news, when in fact they are nothing of the sort.
It was announced by David Cameron on Tuesday 27th March 2012 that city-elected mayors will have direct and highest access to government. A special "mayors' cabinet" will be formed and will meet at least twice a year.
This would affect Salford on a large scale and give our British National Party mayoral candidate Eddy O'Sullivan a massive say on how the city is run if he is elected.
By Gary Tumulty - On Friday 30th March 2012, British National Party mayoral candidate Eddy O'Sullivan featured on the Greater Manchester BBC Morning Breakfast show, presented by Andy Crane.
Eddy was on the show at 7:50am and the message of the British National Party would have gone out to thousands of members of the public on their way to work.
As the cold snap bites nationwide and the British public makes contingencies to keep their homes warm, the Salford British National Party branch continues with its stern message of hope and faith, a small team of hardcore activists across the city deliver the new controversial ‘Heat or Eat’ scandal leaflet.
Despite the cold and rain, Salford British National Party continue in their mission to deliver the word of hope, activists and candidates took to the local precinct to deliver party literature, EU Referendum leaflets and the controversial ‘Eat or Heat’ leaflet being the main focus.
Another focus is the Mayoral referendum which is about to hit Salford on Thursday 26th January 2012, The British National Party are campaigning for a Yes vote, we want to remove power from the Labour controlled council, and replace it with a British National Party Mayor.
Special updated report by Nick Griffin
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