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.
Following the success of Thursday's work in County Durham, activists once again hit the town centres of the North East. It was market day in many areas, and shoppers in Houghton-le-Spring, Chester-le-Street, Stanley, Consett and Durham took three thousand anti-riot leaflets as well as editions of Voice of Freedom and We Want Our Country Back leaflets.
All across Britain, councils are switching off or dimming street lamps, plunging millions of people into darkness, to try to accommodate a fraction of the LibLabCon-imposed budget cuts – but slashing council fatcats’ salaries would save much more and compromise no one’s safety in the process.
The ever-busy County Durham branch of the British National Party has launched a campaign for jobs at a new flagship regeneration project to go to local workers.
The ‘Local Jobs for Local People’ campaign focuses on the £200-million Durham Gate project in Spennymoor, which will cover over 400,000 square feet and feature offices, housing, retail and leisure areas.
“Hate Crime Workers” who must have A-levels and an understanding of how “hate crime” affects the lesbian, gay and bisexual community have been offered jobs £19,500 per year by the Hartlepool Borough Council.
The British National Party is proud to announce the appointment of mother-of-three and stalwart activist Cheryl Dunn as the new North East of England regional organiser.
The British National Party’s Adam Walker has made the banning of halal meat in local schools his main policy in an upcoming by-election in his hometown of Spennymoor, County Durham, reports local activist Stephen Palmer.
White British people have once again been blatantly discriminated against by the Labour-controlled Hartlepool Borough Council with the news that £273,000 of taxpayers’ money has been given to a local nonwhite-only “ethnic project.”