Wrapping street politics and a savvy social media presence in a registered party vehicle, far-right knuckle draggers Britain First are rapidly filling the vacuum left by the now rudderless EDL and BNP.

With the parties standing in the Rochester and Strood by-election entitled to a free mail shot delivered to each property in the constituency, Royal Mail are refusing to deliver Britain’s First (thoroughly racist) leaflet on the grounds that it “does not comply with the law”.

That the leaflet focuses on proposals for a mosque and community centre will not be a surprise to anyone who has seen the disgusting video of candidate (and Britain First deputy leader) Jayda Fransen haranguing worshippers exiting an existing facility in Gillingham.

A Royal Mail spokesman told Scrapbook:

“Royal Mail has a legal obligation under the Representation of the People Act 1983 to deliver Parliamentary election mail. Royal Mail may refuse to carry election mail if we consider its contents to be illegal, for example if it is threatening, abusive or insulting or is intended to cause distress or anxiety.

“We have procedures in place to evaluate whether election mail complies with the law. In this instance, we consider that the election mail in question does not comply with the law and have therefore refused to carry it.”

The BNP, meanwhile, are yet to field a candidate in the contest. If they don’t get an application in by 4pm on Tuesday it’ll be their fourth by-election no-show in a row.

  1. The Citizens of United Kingdom have a Right to disagree with the law, but they have no Right to disobey the Law. Royal Mail has a legal obligation to comply with the law of the land and I Quote”“Royal Mail has a legal obligation under the Representation of the People Act 1983 to deliver Parliamentary election mail. Royal Mail may refuse to carry election mail if we consider its contents to be illegal, for example if it is threatening, abusive or insulting or is intended to cause distress or anxiety.

    “We have procedures in place to evaluate whether election mail complies with the law. In this instance, we consider that the election mail in question does not comply with the law and have therefore refused to carry it.”
    My View and Comment is building a Mosque or for that matter or any Religion Place of Worship belonging from other Religion is not an offence to any other communities.

    But my humble submissions to followers of all Religion that fixed your priorities Right when you are planning to build place of Worship and think thrice what is need of the Community in that Area or the local residents of particular area a Mosque, Church, Temple or (Rehabilitation Centre for those Criminals in the Muslims Community whose maximum numbers are in the Prisons of UK in some areas.
    By saying this it does not means that Muslims Religion is bad. We have to get rid of those Self Proclaimed Community Leaders, Religious Leaders and those elements who are using Religion to collect money and raise their own standard of living.
    God Bless everyone living in Britain or anyone else living anywhere in the World on the basis of equal Rights as mentioned in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which was adopted in 1948 and since than never been implemented in its true letters and Spirits.
    God Bless Universe

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