British National Party activists were out on the streets of west London on Saturday to campaign for an upcoming parliamentary by-election. Sub-regional organiser Dave Furness organised the day of action ahead of the Feltham and Heston by-election, which will take place on 15 December.
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.
A Labour MP who has not held a surgery in his constituency for 14 years was egged at a remembrance service on Sunday by an angry protestor. Middlesbrough MP Sir Stuart Bell was hit by one of three eggs thrown by a man who was subsequently arrested. Earlier this year, Bell was branded ‘Britain’s laziest MP’ after failing to meet with constituents and allowing hundreds of calls to his office to go unanswered.
Help is needed for the British National Party’s Eccles by-election campaign this week before polling day on Thursday. At the weekend activists from Salford, Liverpool and Bolton all came to do their bit for the cause.
Margaret Moran, the former Labour MP who claimed for dry rot treatment on a home more than 100 miles from her constituency, is to face 21 charges relating to her parliamentary expenses claims.
The Party’s Truth Truck received an enthusiastic response from Salfordians yesterday, with local people cheering and beeping their horns as it drove by.
“It's like watching a nation busily engaged in heaping up its own funeral pyre... we must be mad, literally mad... I seem to see the River Tiber, foaming with much blood.” Just as Enoch Powell was right in 1968, we, the British National Party, have ourselves been proven right.
Under a British National Party government, crooked MPs who cheat taxpayers out of their hard-earned money – such as former Labour MP Jim Devine – would serve their full terms in prison.
Taxpayers forked out £500,000 for warmonger Tony Blair's protection when he was summoned to the Iraq War inquiry. His first tranche of protection – the so-called 'ring of steel' – at the January 2010 appearance cost £273,000, and another £214,000 was spent a year later in 2011.
The satirical magazine Private Eye claims that MPs are four times more likely to go to jail than ordinary members of the public! The statistical quirk is based on figures showing just 0.14 per cent of the public are behind bars compared with 0.6 per cent of MPs.