British National Party activists from the Cardiff and Caerphilly branches were out again this week, delivering the remainder of their 'We Want Our Country Back' leaflets to the village of Miskin, South Wales.
Party activists from the Caerphilly and Cardiff regions were out delivering over 500 of Nick Griffin's EU ReferendumNOW leaflets to residents of the recession-hit village of Talbot Green, South Wales, on Sunday.
Dedicated Party activists from Swansea and West Wales took to the streets of Morriston at the weekend with their first ReferendumNOW petition stall.
Activists from the British National Party’s Bristol branch took a break from their usual campaigning to help friends in South Wales today, accompanied by the Party Chairman and his Head Office team. The group was joined by activists from all over the country in this their final push for the Welsh Assembly elections.
Wales Regional Secretary Michael Green has vowed that the targeted anti-democratic destruction of British National Party banners by political opponents won’t affect the party’s positive Welsh Assembly campaign.
The British National Party is contesting all five additional member regions for the Welsh Assembly election, meaning everyone in Wales can vote for the only true opposition party on 5 May.
Royal Mail dump 400 of our Welsh Local Assembly election leaflets in the back garden of one of our candidates and then tell us it would be “unfair” on the other parties to give us a second delivery slot!
Today heralds a great victory for the British National Party's Elections Department, with all the main newspapers carrying a story highlighted on hundreds of thousands of our ultra-effective election leaflets that have already been delivered ahead of the Assembly elections, reports Clive Jefferson, National Elections Officer.
Muslims chanting ‘BNP burn in hell’ and waving placards stating ‘The Koran will destroy man-made law’ and ‘Islam will dominate the world’ demonstrated outside a mosque on St. Helen’s Road, Swansea, on Good Friday.
By Jennifer Matthys – The first broadcasts have now gone out across radio and television in Wales – with an excellent first response from general members of the public.