In the New Year the British National Party intends to build on solid foundations. We have already brought in a professional accountant to assist our National Treasurer. At our last Party Conference a full presentation of the 2010 accounts was made by the National Treasurer Clive Jefferson. This included a detailed explanation of current cash flows and financial liabilities. The Treasury then gave detailed proposals for the long-term financial stability of the British National Party.
It now looks like around 750,000 state employees will soon be on strike. And industrial action – in opposition to government cuts and pension reforms – could start towards the end of this month.
Nick Griffin exposes how the supermarket chain is way behind competitors in supporting our hard-pressed farmers.
By Jennifer Matthys – Despite rapidly rising unemployment in the UK, Tesco have seen fit to advertise for managers for their London stores in Slovakia! With benefits including the induction meeting for successful candidates being in Slovakia, and assistance with finding accommodation once they arrive in London, I’m sure this “new breed of manager” will be here and taking British jobs in no time at all!
The Conservative and Labour Parties’ policy of “points based migration” is a total failure and “is an ineffective instrument for the task,” independent think tank Migrationwatch has announced.
The distorted state of the modern British economy has been illustrated by the news that food prices climbed at their fastest rate for 15 months in October — while the big supermarket chains continued to show massive profits in the millions, and in Tesco’s case, more than a billion.