The Croydon and Sutton Branch of the British National Party are sad to record the death of Duncan Robertson, who passed away recently after a brief illness.
Duncan, who was 48, was a keen Party member and an active supporter over the last eight years. He was an activist with the Croydon and Sutton Branch, but would travel across London to support meetings in any area.
Born in Edinburgh, Duncan was unmistakeably Scottish, with a sarcastic sense of humour and a dogged determination to stick to a cause.
He was also an enthusiastic supporter of Glasgow Rangers Football Club.
Duncan was a keen activist and would never miss an opportunity to go out leafleting, despite having to use a walking-stick to get around.
He was devoted to the Nationalist cause. Duncan was a regular supporter of the Trafalgar Club fund raising dinners, and was a generous as well as enthusiastic British National Party supporter.
He was also a regular attender at the Red White and Blue gatherings, where his humour and love of life made him very popular.
He liked to work hard and after a hard day’s work, he would often enjoy a drink with his Nationalist friends.
“Duncan was the life and soul of many Party events,” said Donna Treanor, London Regional Secretary, “he will be sorely missed”.
Another Croydon member paid tribute to Duncan (pictured below,middle), saying, “Duncan was a much valued activist. It was a pleasure to work with him. He will be sadly missed by all Nationalists”.
“All activists will miss his sarcastic sense of humour and steady determination”, said John Clarke, the Croydon Branch Organiser, adding, “Nationalism has lost a real friend with the passing of Duncan. Rest in peace, mate”.
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