‘Tick-box’ assessments are designed specifically to undermine the claims of as many claimants as possible. Rather than identify the minority of fraudsters attempting to abuse the welfare system, the 'tick-box' method helps profit making companies meet government imposed targets.
By Alwyn Deacon - Thursday 8th March saw the West Midlands hold their Greater London Assembly (GLA) Fundraising meeting with Party Chairman Nick Griffin MEP.
By Sean Witheridge, Salisbury organiser - Following on from their recent fund raising and donating to a local food bank charity the Salisbury branch of the British National Party have been raising the funds again.
Salisbury organiser Sean Witheridge was recently approached and kindly asked if they would be so kind as to donate a raffle prize to help raise funds towards much needed equipment for the toddlers at a local pre-school here in Salisbury.
As the global financial system seems set to slide into the abyss, Nick Griffin explains that the 'elite' have already prepared for the disaster they've created - with our money!
"We don't really know what's happening, but it's going to get very nasty." My twitter followers may recall that phrase from a tweet I posted a month or so back. It's a verbatim quote from a man described as "a fairly high level banker" by a reliable member who runs a clay pigeon shoot to which said banker and several friends had gone for a day out.
Dear Patriot, here’s a thought to warm your heart. Although tens of thousands of impoverished British pensioners will die from the cold in the coming months, so-called asylum seekers will get hundreds of pounds each in benefit payments for gas and electricity, amounting to more than double the pensioners’ winter fuel allowance.
Nick Griffin reports from the European Parliament for the World at 8 – The latest bank bail-out plans are good news. The world's biggest banking institutions - the US Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank, the Banks of England, Japan and Switzerland - are all piling in to print untold billions of dollars so that they can be lent on the cheap to European banks which are then supposed to lend them at a tidy profit to struggling businesses and families in the real world.
Residents in South Shore, Blackpool, have been celebrating a ‘victory for democracy’ after plans for a controversial mosque were refused, following widespread local opposition.
"It is one thing to lose a job because of a recession or a downturn in the market, but to lose a job because of the new European Union rules on carbon trading is obscene." That is the verdict of one of Nick Griffin's Lancashire constituents after Hanson Cement announced it was axing 30 jobs in Clitheroe.
The motion to abolish the extortionate BBC licence fee was one of the most popular contributions to the 2011 British National Party Conference, the motion’s seconder, Michael Stewart, told a recent South Tyneside Party meeting. The motion was presented to the Conference by the North East region after being proposed by South Tyneside fundholder Martin Vaughn.
Nick Griffin laid his personal Remembrance Day wreath in the town of Bury, Lancashire, this year. In his third annual official Remembrance Day appearance since being elected an MEP, Mr. Griffin joined the Lord Lieutenant and local MP David Nuttall at the head of the wreath-laying party in the middle of Bury's traditionally large and impressive Remembrance Day parade.