Dedicated London British National Party activists were out in Dagenham Heathway on Saturday, distributing hundreds of leaflets and other Party literature promoting our 2012 GLA election fight. Over 900 I Love London campaign leaflets, 300 EU Referendum leaflets and more than 200 Voice of Freedom newspapers were handed out to the public.
By Giuseppe De Santis – A few days before the 2011 local elections, Margaret Hodge, the Labour MP for Barking, dismissed any criticism about the demographic changes that took place in the borough by saying that things change and people must get used to it. A result of this ‘change’ was laid bare by the Barking & Dagenham Post, who ran a recent front-page headline claiming that the £23.9m given by the government to add extra school places is not enough and that Labour councillors want hundreds of millions of pounds in additional funding.
By Giuseppe De Santis – During the campaign for the local elections in Barking and Dagenham in 2010, ‘anti-fascist’ groups were delivering many free papers in the borough, telling people that, if the British National Party took control, plenty of civil servants would be sacked, essential services would be slashed and many schools and libraries would be closed. It's sad that many people voted Labour out of fear only to find out that the newly elected Labour councillors are making deep cuts anyway without slashing wasteful expenditure.
Committed London British National Party activists are out every weekend in the capital, delivering recruitment leaflets and newspapers and spreading the Party’s message of hope.
Barking and Dagenham British National Party activists have gained enough signatures for their petition to cut the number of councillors in the borough by a third to be discussed in the council chamber.
London British National Party distributed hundreds of the party’s new We Want Our Country Back recruitment leaflets in Dagenham on Saturday, reports London Organiser Steve Squire.
Barking & Dagenham Council plans to save £48m over three years by sacking staff, increasing the prices of meals-on-wheels and charging workers £20 for parking, but London British National Party has identified a much more cost-effective series of cuts, writes Barking and Dagenham council candidate Giuseppe De Santis.
British National Party members were out on Saturday morning to collect more signatures for their petition to cut the number of councillors in Barking & Dagenham by one-third, reports London activist Giuseppe de Santis.
Just one day after the elections, London British National Party activists were back on the streets, with activism across the capital, reports London organiser Steve Squire.
Activists from London British National Party visited South Ockendon, Thurrock recently to help out the Party’s Essex branch ahead of the local council elections in May, reports London Organiser Steve Squire.