The winner of the British National Party’s raffle for a Ford Ka has been announced. Members and supporters bought tickets for the draw over the past months up and down the country at meetings and social events.
The car in question was kindly donated to the party by Ian Kitchen from Yorkshire. Witnessed by Cllr Mike Coleman, Adam Walker drew the winning ticket for the Ka on the same sunny day our English manifesto was launched in Stoke-on-Trent.
The winner of the car was party stalwart Joe Finnie of Glasgow, who will take possession of the keys shortly. Mr Finnie, who is also the lead candidate for Glasgow in the upcoming elections, is elated to have won such a great prize.
When asked how he felt about winning the car, Mr Finnie commented: “This is definitely the biggest prize I have won in a raffle. I'm so pleased that my ticket was the winning ticket. I’m looking forward to getting out and about in my new car.”
National Organiser Adam Walker said: “Joe is one of our extremely hard-working activists and has travelled the length and breadth of the country supporting party events. I am over the moon he won the Ka; it couldn't have gone to a nicer chap.”