The end of winter may officially be a way off yet but members of the British National Party had a good spring clean in the woods of County Durham.
Despite several requests, the local Council have failed to keep the woods clear of litter. The volunteers took it upon themselves to do the Council’s job and tidy the area, which is a favourite with dog walkers and local residents.
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.
County Durham British National Party representative Pete Molloy met with a Chief Inspector from Durham Constabulary at Spennymoor police station last week in order to seek an explanation as to why letters regarding reported racist abuse towards local white youths had received no police response.
Threats from an undemocratic local shopkeep couldn’t stop intrepid County Durham activists gathering yet more signatures for Nick Griffin’s ReferendumNOW petition in Spennymoor and Bishop Auckland at the weekend.
While some County Durham branch members were taking part in the recent national Weekend of Action around the county, a couple of activists stayed behind in Spennymoor to continue gathering signatures for the 'Local Jobs for Local People' petition.
A local British National Party group in Spennymoor, County Durham, has expressed concerns about the rise of racist abuse perpetrated by staff from a local takeaway shop towards the youth of the local indigenous community.
The ever-busy County Durham branch of the British National Party has launched a campaign for jobs at a new flagship regeneration project to go to local workers.
The ‘Local Jobs for Local People’ campaign focuses on the £200-million Durham Gate project in Spennymoor, which will cover over 400,000 square feet and feature offices, housing, retail and leisure areas.
The British National Party’s Adam Walker secured 20.4 percent of the vote and came second, beating the Lib Dems in another town council by-election result in Spennymoor, County Durham on 16th December, reports local activist Stephen Palmer.
The British National Party’s Adam Walker has made the banning of halal meat in local schools his main policy in an upcoming by-election in his hometown of Spennymoor, County Durham, reports local activist Stephen Palmer.