Northern Ireland British National Party activists were out in force in the market town of Ballyclare, County Antrim, on a beautiful sunny Saturday morning last weekend.
By Nick Griffin – The breakup of Britain. That’s been the aim of the EU for decades. For some time, it looked as if they would get their way without any real fight, but a combination of public common sense and now government cuts has dealt their plot several heavy blows.
By Stephen Palmer – Record numbers of foreign students and asylum seekers have seen Scotland’s population grow to its highest level for 33 years, a fact the Scottish “National” Party has described as “excellent”.
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.
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.
The coming weekend is your chance to help the British National Party in Wales make history with a breakthrough in the forthcoming Welsh Assembly elections, according to regional organiser Brian Mahoney.
The British National Party in Wales can make a breakthrough in the forthcoming Welsh Assembly elections, but only with your help, according to regional organiser Brian Mahoney.
The British people are being subjected to a calculated genocide through ethnic cleansing caused by Islamic and other Third World colonisation, as evidenced by the news that Mohammed (or variants thereof) was the most common name for newborn boys in England and Wales last year.
Claims that immigration is economically beneficial for Britain have been destroyed by news that three-quarters of Pakistani and Bangladeshi children in the UK are being brought up in families that are living on poverty-level income.