Nick Griffin laid his personal Remembrance Day wreath in the town of Bury, Lancashire, this year. In his third annual official Remembrance Day appearance since being elected an MEP, Mr. Griffin joined the Lord Lieutenant and local MP David Nuttall at the head of the wreath-laying party in the middle of Bury's traditionally large and impressive Remembrance Day parade.
That's how Nick Griffin has slammed the latest set of 'Christmas' card designs produced by the European Parliament. Writing to the five Questeurs – the group of MEPs responsible for such decisions – Mr. Griffin drew attention to the absurdity and injustice of completely overlooking the Christian heritage of all the nations of Europe by issuing a set of six cards without a single one having any traditional Christian significance, let alone message.
Nick Griffin MEP has responded positively to last night’s Dispatches programme on Muslim paedophile grooming, Britain’s Sex Gangs. Mr Griffin said it validated his and the British National Party’s repeated warnings about the crime over the last decade. He encouraged everyone to watch and share the programme.
British National Party Chairman Nick Griffin gives a short video interview following last weekend’s successful annual conference. More video footage to follow in the coming days.
Karen Downes, mother of murdered schoolgirl Charlene Downes, speaks with British National Party Leader Nick Griffin ahead of the eighth anniversary of her daughter’s disappearance.
Nick Griffin and Simon Darby in a short overview discussion of the background to Panorama’s latest attack on the British National Party. The BBC is one of the lynchpins of the entire multicult and globalist mind control machine, so to be the focus of such relentless negativity and anti-British bias, far from being something to worry about, is in fact a badge of honour.
North East activists have been busy across the region this week, with a well-attended meeting in South Tyneside and stalls in several towns and cities.
The British National Party’s Birmingham branch held their third meeting of the year in North Birmingham last Saturday. Rather than giving a speech, special guest speaker Nick Griffin MEP opened the floor up to questions on any subject, providing for a very interesting evening.
Nick Griffin was interviewed on Irish radio station Classic Hits 4fm last night on the subject ‘Do multicultural societies work?’ The interview was held ahead of Mr Griffin’s planned appearance in a discussion on immigration at Trinity College Dublin next month.