A petition calling for local jobs to go to local people in Spennymoor, County Durham, has been handed in to the area’s MP office by a British National Party official. Pete Molloy, the Party’s prospective candidate for the Tudhoe ward in Spennymoor, submitted the petition to the Bishop Auckland constituency office of Labour MP Helen Goodman after collecting almost 600 signatures.
Threats from an undemocratic local shopkeep couldn’t stop intrepid County Durham activists gathering yet more signatures for Nick Griffin’s ReferendumNOW petition in Spennymoor and Bishop Auckland at the weekend.
Week two of the British National Party's popular “Bring Our Boys Home” campaign saw County Durham BNP hold another successful town centre stall, this time in Bishop Auckland, reports local activist Stephen Palmer.
The British National Party’s Adam Walker has been selected to stand for the party in a tightly-contested by-election in Spennymoor, the Bishop Auckland Constituency Group has announced.