British National Party councillors, officials and activists across the country commemorated the memory of our fallen heroes on Remembrance Sunday. Members laid wreaths at their local cenotaphs, partook in military parades and sold poppies for the Royal British Legion. Many were kind enough to send in photos and reports of the ceremonies they attended.
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.
A special edition of the World at 8 on Remembrance Day.
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The British National Party’s Veterans Officer, Pete Molloy, is urging all our members and supporters to sign an e-petition created by a Mr Robert Warner, which calls for a new bank holiday on the Monday after Remembrance Sunday.