The following statements have been issued by both leadership candidates in response to the pro-Andrew Brons smear booklet that has been sent to thousands of our members and supporters.
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’s MEP office has released the latest part of the snowballing Protect the Poppy campaign. The drive to stop a repeat of last year’s Muslim poppy burning outrage outside the Royal Albert Hall moves up another gear today as banners for the demonstration go into production.
Help stop Anjem Choudary’s ‘Hell for Heroes’ poppy burning
Overnight vigil and Armistice Day demonstration
10th/11th November, Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AP
British National Party candidate Kay Pollitt earned a very respectable third place, pushing the Lib Dems into fourth, in the Eccles ward by-election last night.
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.
As the eighth anniversary of the disappearance of English schoolgirl Charlene Downes approaches, British National Party Chairman Nick Griffin talks with Charlene’s mother Karen about the tragic case of her daughter’s murder and continued fight for justice.
Panorama are making a programme about politicians and alleged fraud, due to air on the 10th of this month. Who can forget the MPs' expenses scandal? Will Panorama be looking into how many of our elected 'representatives' have complied with the recommendation that they should not employ members of their family from public money?
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.
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.