Activity as usual on the streets of Wales this weekend included a successful town centre tabletop stall, meeting the public and leafleting in Merthyr Tydfil, as well as further leafleting teams out in the Blaenau Gwent, Swansea and Bridgend areas, reports Welsh regional organiser Brian Mahoney.
By Angus Matthys – The central team in both Nuneaton and Cumbria have been hugely busy all weekend, designing, printing, cutting and banding into 100s another 150,000 leaflets for the Welsh first-past-the-post seat elections on May the 5th.
A vote for the fake-nationalist Plaid Cymru is a vote for the further Islamification of Wales, evidenced by the fact that the party proudly boasts its own “Muslims for Plaid” group.
Commonsense policies from a commonsense party was the message at the launch of the British National Party’s manifesto for the Welsh Assembly elections on 5 May.
National Media Spokesman Simon Darby has reported an excellent launch of the British National Party’s Welsh Assembly manifesto in the middle of Wrexham today.
By Cllr Clive Jefferson – Our dedicated dispatch teams have returned from dropping off our superb Welsh Assembly election leaflets to the Royal Mail distribution points, and they have already resulted in a positive response.
Wales British National Party is ready for battle, with a record number of candidates standing for the Welsh Assembly elections this May, reports Wales Organiser Brian Mahoney.
The last two days have been extremely hectic for our National Organiser Adam Walker and National Nominating Officer Clive Jefferson. After helping our team in Scotland meet their deadlines, Adam and Clive travelled through the night to Wales.
The British National Party can win seats in the 2011 Welsh National Assembly election, Party Chairman Nick Griffin said at a meeting in Swansea.
Last Saturday’s National Day of Action in Wales saw a terrific response by British National Party activists for the 2011 Assembly election campaign, reports Wales organiser Brian Mahoney.