The following statements have been issued by both leadership candidates in response to the pro-Andrew Brons smear booklet that has been sent to thousands of our members and supporters.
John Walker's threadbare excuse for his treachery.
At close of nominations at noon on Monday the 4th July, just two candidates put their names forward to contest the 2011 British National Party leadership election: Andrew Brons MEP and Nick Griffin MEP. It was a straight contest between two Party heavyweights.
Today the result of the 2011 British National Party leadership election will be announced. This story will be updated throughout the day.
The 500-word statements for the two candidates in the 2011 British National Party leadership election are now online.
Andrew Brons, the British National Party’s MEP for Yorkshire and Humberside, was last week a specially invited guest to a garden party at Buckingham Palace.
In the build up to the local elections in May, Barnsley British National Party’s high-street paper stall received extra support from Andrew Brons, MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber, reports Yorkshire press officer Cllr Doug Ward.
Some tickets are still available for the Scottish manifesto launch on Saturday 19th March, which includes dinner with Nick Griffin MEP, Scotland Organiser Gary Raikes has said.
Turkey should not only be excluded from the EU, but we should have no further relations with that country while it continues to occupy northern Cyprus, British National Party MEPs have said.
The British National Party’s candidate in Barnsley, Enis Dalton, is quietly optimistic of a good vote in next week’s by-election, following the last Saturday’s campaigning yesterday.