British National Party activists were told to ‘get out’ of Greenwich by police on Saturday for attempting to deliver the Party’s anti-riot leaflets. Although the six activists – three of them OAPs – were peacefully trying to carry out their basic human right to impart political information, they were told by police they were ‘not wanted’ in the borough and would have to leave at once.
Last weekend saw another splendid turnout of activists from South London in the continued GLA campaign for 2012, reports Greenwich branch organizer Paul Ramsey.
London British National Party activists will be campaigning in the capital for the fifth week in a row this weekend, ahead of next year’s London Assembly election, reports London Secretary Chris Hurst.
The Barnsley and Greenwich British National Party branches have proved their mettle beyond the call of duty by continuing to campaign right to the end in the party’s ‘support our troops’ campaign, report our regional correspondents.