Committed London British National Party activists are out every weekend in the capital, delivering recruitment leaflets and newspapers and spreading the Party’s message of hope.
On Saturday they visited Station Road, Chingford.
‘Station Road is a lovely little high street that is only just starting to feel uncomfortable with the low level of enrichment it is experiencing,’ said London Organiser Steve Squire.
‘You know you're in a nice little tucked away unaffected place when the white middle class ask why you're there. The same reason that they are there, of course. Besides, Walthamstow is only a couple of miles away.
‘But Chingford is changing. We have a good bit of support, and it's growing.
'Hundreds of recruitment leaflets and editions of Voice of Freedom were handed out.
‘However, the best and proudest part was when several members and supporters came over to shake our hands and say they were extremely proud of us and glad to see us working their high street.
‘The now mandatory political police intimidation came late this time and consisted of one superintendent and six plod hurriedly walking to the scene before asking dumb questions and going through the motions.’
The previous weekend saw activists at Dagenham Heathway once again. Hundreds of leaflets were distributed by ten activists, and more signatures were gained for Giuseppe De Santis’s Cut the Councillors campaign.