Edgar Griffin serviced Spitfire radios

One of the only punches Nick Griffin managed to land on the other Question Time panellists was something of a low blow. While his father saw service as a Spitfire engineer in World War II, Jack Straw’s old man was a conscientious objector.

The Suffolk Evening Star carried an interview with Edgar Griffin yesterday, detailing his two years “National Service” in India. Suspicions arise as conscription (and National Service) didn’t start until 1948 – three years after the war finished.

It’s a bit complicated but Unity has more over at Liberal Conspiracy.

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