The British National Party's candidate in the Tudhoe by-election, Pete Molloy, has written personally to constituents focusing mainly on how the Labour Party has destroyed Spennymoor.
The by-election takes place tomorrow.Mr Molloy said "I'm embarrassed that I used to be a member of the Labour Party and I hope I got the message out to those Labour Party voters that they don't have to stick with Labour and it is okay to change to another political party.
Especially when their loyalties have been so disrespected by the Labour Party by using the working-class to propel themselves further along the political gravy train and getting into bed with the big money men.
Also after last Thursday's very successful election meeting held in Spennymoor's Town Hall, Adam Walker, who organised the event, has written to the Town Hall to thank them for the use of our public building by writing;
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for allowing us to use the Memorial Room in the Town Hall last Thursday evening. Our meeting was very successful and gave local constituents of the Tudhoe Ward the opportunity to meet their British National Party candidate Pete Molloy in a warm, safe and comfortable environment.
Constituents were particularly pleased that our Party Chairman Mr. Nick Griffin MEP took time out of his busy schedule to visit Spennymoor. He gave a speech on how the Labour party has changed from being a party of the people into being a party with policies that operate against their own people.
Mr Griffin said: “The British National Party is very much like the old Labour Party, in the way we want to look after the British worker and not the super-rich like the bankers.”
I have provided a link to an article relating to the event below.
We look forward to booking a room again sometime in the near future.
Again, many thanks