The far-right BNP launched a ferocious attack on Nigel Farage this weekend, accusing him of being a “lying racist” for saying the BNP discriminated against Jewish and black people.
The British National Party is making a last-ditch attempt to raise funds and mobilise its followers to leave the EU, Political Scrapbook has learnt.
The Sun newspaper’s claim about the BBC apparently being “anti-white” is being used by the far-right BNP to recruit and fundraise for its causes, Political Scrapbook has found.
Having been legally de-registered as a political party because they, errrr, forgot to fill in the correct paperwork, the BNP have now re-applied in time for May elections.
Reports of the BNP’s death have been greatly exaggerated — with the far-right outfit still campaigning for the London mayoral elections despite a cock-up which saw the knuckle draggers dropped from the official register of political parties.
With levels of incompetence nearly rivalling their racism, the British National Party have managed to get themselves struck off the official list of political parties:
Party fundraisers usually consider annual conference a valuable opportunity to boost the coffers, but not for the beleaguered British National Party — who have resorted to subsidising hotel rooms in a bid to get enough Nazis nationalists to turn up.
It’s a long ‘un, but this BNP expose is well worth a watch. Having been ousted from her role at party HQ, former BNP councillor Dawn Charlton is apparently so bitter that she has gone and spilled several cans of beans to Hope Not Hate.
The latest death rattle from the British National Party takes the form of claims that a lack of interest from the media stems not from standing a pathetic eight candidates in the general election — but because the National Union of Journalists has banned its members from reporting on the party.
With UKIP defector Mark Reckless’ comments on forced repatriation, it is perhaps less surprising that he has already received a public endorsement from the leader of the country’s fastest growing far-right movement, Britain First. Addressing a rally through a megaphone, Paul Golding claimed he would “have the last laugh” when the “patriotic right-wing MP” Reckless was elected. And […]