We ran this report just under a month ago: For those who are unaware, Whitehaven is a small town and port on the coast of Cumbria. A company called HOMEGROUP own the council houses where British National Party Councillor Malcolm Southward lives.
Malcolm reports “They are employing Eastern European workers to do the houses up on Fell View Avenue etc, on the estate where I live, plastering the outside of the houses etc.
I have asked HOMEGROUP what their policy is on employing local firms, as yet I have had no reply!
And now today my friend who lives on Fell View Avenue has had the council taking photos of his England flags on display and they have asked him to take them down in case they upset the foreign workers.
He has politely told the council that he will not take them down.
And in true Cumbrian resolve, we have the following update.
As soon as this issue was brought to our attention Nick Griffin MEP and a team of local volunteers and BNP councillors sprang into action producing and distributing this "straight to point" local newsletter"
As soon as the leaflets hit the doors, the residents of Whitehaven were up in arms and Cllr Southward and his local activist team leafleted the full area and have had a tremendous response from the residents ringing in to get their free St Georges flags and bunting from Cllr Southward and displaying them with pride.
We will continue to defy political correctness and to support and fight for British Jobs for British Workers" Cllr Southward told BNP news.
The pictures show the level of support for this initiative on the Woodhouse estate, an area were we came within 16 votes of winning a county council seat last time around and it is local issues like this one that will turn that close call into a great victory next year, if the support of the residents is any indicator Malcolm will soon be moving up from BNP Town Councillor to BNP County Councillor!