British National Party Chairman Nick Griffin gives a short video interview following last weekend’s successful annual conference. More video footage to follow in the coming days.
MEP calls for mass demonstration against “insult to our bravest and our best” by Muslim hate-mob.
Fascist Labour party councillors were up to their old anti-democratic tricks again in Liverpool today. Local Labour council leader Joe Anderson turned up at the British National Party’s Annual Conference and threatened to have the landlord’s licence revoked unless he called off the event and ejected Party members. Clearly enraged by the sight of free speech in progress, or perhaps by the pitifully low turnout of extreme-left demonstrators gathered in the car park, hate-filled Mr Anderson also made several abusive comments towards North West MEP Nick Griffin.
By Tiggy Wales – British National Bikers is a group of bikers and pillions who are supporters and members of the British National Party. I was asked to take over the running around two years ago when we had about 60 members on our Facebook group, and within a few months the numbers grew and kept on growing. We now have 400 members online, but some patched members never use Facebook, so our real number of supporters and members is even higher than that – and rising all the time. We also welcome Trikers and Scooterists.
London British National Party activists enjoyed a great response from locals in Harold Hill, East London, at the weekend, gathering more EU ReferendumNOW signatures and promoting the Party’s fight for 2012’s Greater London Assembly election.
Activists from the British National Party’s New Forest group have been very busy in recent weeks, delivering thousands of We Want Our Country Back recruitment leaflets in the Hampshire market town of New Milton.
British National Party media spokesman Simon Darby reveals how the Labour party and ‘Unite Against Fascism’ used blackmail, threats and lies to attempt to bully old-age lady pensioners into cancelling a recent Hastings British National Party meeting.
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.
A village hall on the outskirts of Hastings that has been at the centre of a row over an appearance by Nick Griffin MEP was in fact never even booked by the British National Party. The story hit national headlines at the weekend when the local Labour council threatened to withdraw the hall’s £376 rate relief subsidy if it allowed Mr Griffin to speak there.
London British National Party activists will be attending this Monday’s demonstration outside Parliament to demand our right to a referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU.