Caerphilly and Cardiff British National Party activists have been back in Talbot Green for the second and third weeks running, distributing more ReferendumNOW and Party recruitment leaflets to the residents of the recession-hit village.
Nick Griffin MEP and Shropshire British National Party have promised to campaign for a retrial of the seven Muslims accused of sexual exploitation and child prostitution in Telford, after the men were allowed to walk free from court due to legal issues.
The British National Party's Veterans Officer, Pete Molloy, was delighted to hear of the release of 85-year-old WWII veteran Norman Scarth from Leeds prison yesterday.
The British National Party’s unrelenting Birmingham branch received a warm welcome in the city’s South Yardley ward on Saturday. Birmingham Organiser Paul Hickman reports 141 signatures collected in just over two hours for Nick Griffin MEP’s ReferendumNOW petition.
“So much for ‘xenophobic’!” British National Party chooses Italian for London mayor.
By John Salvage – With the news that the 'Scottish Tories' are possibly to be dismantled, and, in the Express On Sunday, Former Conservative MP Neil Hamilton telling his readers that UKIP is the only real chance we have of getting out of the European Union, it is now painfully obvious that all opposition to the destruction of our nation is essentially non-existent in the 'mainstream' world of politics and media.
Longtime Party member and hardworking activist David O’Loughlin has been appointed as the new Whitworth and Rochdale Organiser by North West Regional Organiser Cllr Mike Whitby.
“It's like watching a nation busily engaged in heaping up its own funeral pyre... we must be mad, literally mad... I seem to see the River Tiber, foaming with much blood.” Just as Enoch Powell was right in 1968, we, the British National Party, have ourselves been proven right.
A team of Solent Branch British National Party activists delivered over a thousand leaflets in Gosport at the weekend before enjoying a friendly reception in a local pub, reports South East Regional Organiser Nick Prince.
In the aftermath of London’s race riots, Party activists toured the capital, interviewing some of the victims of the destruction. They began in Croydon with Graham Reeves, owner of the House of Reeves furniture store, which was burnt to the ground by arsonists in what proved to be one of the most dramatic scenes of the riots.