National Demo in Blackpool on 9th June 2012. If YOU have never joined us on a demo before, you MUST be at this one:
Ask yourself this question; How would I feel if Charlene had been MY daughter
More than fifty British National Party members gathered in Blackpool yesterday to pay their respects to Charlene Downes on the eighth anniversary of her disappearance. They were joined by Charlene’s family, members of the public and supporters from the English Defence League, Casuals United and North West Infidels.
Karen Downes, mother of murdered schoolgirl Charlene Downes, speaks with British National Party Leader Nick Griffin ahead of the eighth anniversary of her daughter’s disappearance.
The British National Party will be demonstrating in Blackpool on Tuesday 1 November to demand justice for the murder of schoolgirl Charlene Downes, whose killers have never been convicted. The demonstration is timed to coincide with the anniversary of Charlene’s disappearance in 2003.
As the eighth anniversary of the disappearance of English schoolgirl Charlene Downes approaches, British National Party Chairman Nick Griffin talks with Charlene’s mother Karen about the tragic case of her daughter’s murder and continued fight for justice.
British National Party activists paid tribute to missing teenager Charlene Downes in Blackpool today despite strong opposition from police who threatened to arrest party members and throw away the wreath laid for Charlene as “rubbish”.
By Stephen Palmer – A police report that revealed the Muslim grooming of 60 white girls went unpublished due to fears of offending the Islamic community, it has been reported.