British National Party leader Nick Griffin has unveiled the party’s new official logo, a Union flag emblazoned heart with the party’s name, on the first official day of the party’s annual conference in the East Midlands.
“This logo will illustrate exactly what this party is about,” Mr Griffin told the 200-strong conference.
The logo was created after a long period of consultation with professional designers and input from the Advisory Council. It forms part of a rebrand of the party in the run-up to the next local and national elections.
The new logo will shortly officially replace the “BNP” logo and the party will also stop using the acronym “BNP” in all official logos and literature.
Delegates interviewed about the new logo were all unanimous in their support for it.
Simone Clarke said that she “loved it,” while Lisa Hicks said that “it was absolutely perfect.
Alwyn Deacon said “I did not like the new logo to start with, but it is growing on me and the more I think about it, the more I like it.”
Derek Adams said the new logo was “good as softens the image a bit which is what we need.”