A statement by British National Party leadership election Returning Officer Geof Dickens.
As a number of members have asked about voting procedures for the leadership election, we have been asked by the Returning Officer, Geof Dickens, to publish the following statement.
By Simon Darby - You might have thought that the controlled media's presentation of David Cameron this morning as a champion of Britain's interests would have included one vital piece of information. In 2009 Mr Cameron promised us all solemnly that in the event of a Conservative victory, the British people would be allowed to have a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty.
Another week, another survey that shows the majority of Britons agreeing with a major British National Party policy. The latest ‘revelation’ is that up to three-quarters of Britons want to see immigration slashed.
By A Patriot – The Duke of Wellington is a title almost synonymous with Arthur Wellesley, the holder of that title who has been remembered throughout history as the victor of Waterloo. Like his contemporary, Lord Cardigan, his name has also been lent to his own invention – the wellington boot. This is the story of the man whose courage and determination prevented Great Britain from succumbing to the heel of the invader.
By A Patriot – Henry VIII is popularly known for having six wives, a topic that has been the subject of many films and books, including A Man for All Seasons, Anne of a Thousand Days, and the popular comedy film Carry On Henry. However, Henry VIII, despite his colourful love life, was responsible for many great feats that popular culture does not reference.
Milton Keynes British National Party and the Milton Keynes St. George’s Club held a successful family bonfire night earlier this month. In order to celebrate the rich cultural diversity of modern-day Britain, the hideously white Guy Fawkes was replaced with a more contemporary figure from our progressive 21st-century society.
Anjem Choudary and his Muslims Against Crusades hate-mob are still threatening to burn poppies and disrupt the Armistice Day Two Minute Silence outside the Royal Albert Hall this Friday 11th November. Cameron and the ConDems are still refusing to do anything to stop them, and we know from last year that the cowardly PC police and courts will do nothing or just slap a wrist or two.
Help stop Anjem Choudary’s ‘Hell for Heroes’ poppy burning
Overnight vigil and Armistice Day demonstration
10th/11th November, Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP
By 2050 as many as 1 in 5 of the UK population will be from an ethnic minority. This compares with 1 in 10 in 2000. An official government publication states: “BME groups now account for 73% of the UK’s total population growth, due to differences in fertility rates and some inward migration.”