Moron replaces ‘incompetent’ as BNP treasurer

Searchlight / HOPE not hate by Sonia Gable | Saturday, 30 October 2010

The British National Party’s top moron has added the post of national treasurer to his growing list of party portfolios. Clive Jefferson, national organiser, national elections officer, nominating officer, north west regional organiser and “campaigns coordinator” at the constituency office of Nick Griffin MEP, the BNP leader, has replaced Dave Hannam as the BNP’s fifth treasurer in the space of... Read more

BNP loses another councillor

Searchlight / HOPE not hate by Sonia Gable | Saturday, 30 October 2010

The British National Party has lost another councillor, the fourth this month. Alex Copland, who was elected to Loughton Town Council in May 2008, has left the party according to Eddy Butler, the failed BNP leadership challenger. Copland was one of five BNP members elected to the town council. Only three remain. Last year Garry Martin resigned his seat and... Read more

BNP to be taken to court by creditors

Northern Echo by Chris Fay | Saturday, 30 October 2010

THE British National Party (BNP) is being taken to court by its creditors including a North- East printing firm which is owed thousands. The far-right party’s central office owes the Newton Press, in County Durham, about £16,500 for printing its newspaper, Freedom. It is understood the firm is one of several UK firms taking the BNP to court in an action headed... Read more

BNP activist on firearms charges

East Anglian Daily Times | Friday, 29 October 2010

A BNP activist has been charged with firearm offences following a police raid. David Lucas, 50, of South Road, Lakenheath, was charged with possession of a firearm without a certificate and possession of ammunition for a firearm without a certificate. Mr Lucas, a former member of Lakenheath Parish Council, was arrested following the police search of a caravan in Blackdyke Road, Hockwold,... Read more

War veterans' group who took money from BNP to be struck off as charity

Daily Record by Stuart MacDonald | Friday, 29 October 2010

A WAR veterans' group who took money from the BNP are to be struck off the charity register. A probe into Forward Edge of Battle Area (Feba) revealed problems with its management and finances. Feba, set up by former Queen's Own Highlander Tommy Moffat in 2006, had been backed by First Minister Alex Salmond and former defence secretary Des Browne. But it emerged... Read more

BNP quits Belfast bunker - official

HOPE not hate by Hope Not Hate | Thursday, 28 October 2010

The British National Party is shutting down its Belfast office, Steven Moore, the Sunday World’s leading investigative journalist, will reveal on Sunday. Doubts over the future of the call centre had arisen after it emerged that Jim Dowson, the BNP’s fundraising and management consultant, had fallen out with the party. The relationship between the BNP leader Nick Griffin and Dowson,... Read more

Exit the engineer stage far right Just Nick the oily rag left

The Guardian Diary by Hugh Muir | Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Difficult to do justice to the many twists and turns that confront and confound Nick Griffin in the twilight of his short time in public life. His people are leaving, the finances of his British National party – £500,000 in debt – are unravelling, and he just can't get the Equalities Commission off his back. How to keep up with... Read more

Suspended sentence for Czech author of “The Final Solution to the Gypsy Question”

Czech Press Agency | Tuesday, 26 October 2010

Today the District Court in Písek, Czech Republic sentenced Jiří Gaudin, the author of a study entitled "The Final Solution to the Gypsy Question", to a 14-month prison sentence, suspended for two years. Gaudin had faced up to three years in prison for inciting racial hatred. Until this year, Gaudin had been a member of the leadership of the ultra-nationalist National... Read more

Corsham councillor quits BNP

Searchlight / HOPE not hate by Sonia Gable | Monday, 25 October 2010

A longstanding British National Party activist in Corsham, Wiltshire, has quit the fascist party over its failure to pay its creditors, accusing it of committing a possibly criminal act. Michael Simpkins, who was first elected unopposed to Corsham Town Council in 2007, is the third councillor the party has lost this month. Announcing his resignation from the party, Simpkins,... Read more

BNP picks convicted thug for Liverpool by-election

Searchlight / HOPE not hate by Sonia Gable | Monday, 25 October 2010

A British National Party activist convicted of a violent assault is the party’s candidate in a Liverpool council by-election next month. Peter Tierney, described as a BNP “super-activist” hit an anti-fascist demonstrator with a camera tripod on St George’s Day 2009. The BNP had been handing out leaflets in Liverpool city centre but clashed with anti-fascists. When a member... Read more

Departures leave BNP future in doubt

HOPE not hate by Hope Not Hate | Sunday, 24 October 2010

The British National Party’s communications officer has left the party, following the abrupt departure of its fundraising and management guru Jim Dowson. Paul Golding was the BNP’s sole district councillor in southeast England. His exit leaves the racist party with only 23 councillors compared with the 28 it had after the May elections. The two walked out following a major... Read more

Vítkov arson verdict: 22 years for three defendants, 20 years for the fourth

Czech Press Agency | Thursday, 21 October 2010

Extraordinary sentences were handed down by the Regional Court in Ostrava, Czech Republic, yesterday to the four extremists responsible for last year's arson attack on a Roma home in Vítkov. David Vaculík, Ivo Müller and Jaromír Lukeš have been sentenced to 22-year prison sentences, Václav Cojocaru to 20 years. The court found them guilty of complicity in attempted murder and... Read more

The English Defence League, the Jewish division and the useful idiots

Telegraph blogs by Julian Kossoff | Wednesday, 20 October 2010

An exasperated friend tells me his father, a fearsome Jewish anti-Fascist in his day, now spouts near-the-knuckle canards about “illegal immigrants” and “asylum seekers”. This phenomenon is known as “pulling up the ladder” – as each wave of migrants grows to feel at home “aboard” their new country they identify evermore with the host community, sharing in its resentment towards... Read more

Politicians slam BNP plan for annual conference

Burton Mail by Adrian Jenkins | Wednesday, 20 October 2010

MAINSTREAM politicians have blasted the British National Party (BNP) for announcing plans to hold its annual conference in South Derbyshire. The district’s Tory MP and council leader joined forces with a former Labour Parliamentary hopeful to attack the controversial right-wingers after their leader, Nick Griffin, said his party intended to stage its gathering from December 10 to 12 ‘at a first-class... Read more

Blackburn KFC demo ‘chicken’ is attack thug

Lancashire Telegraph by Sam Chadderton | Wednesday, 20 October 2010

A ‘DANGEROUS’ man who left his victim with a permanent brain injury has been released from jail early and is taking part in English Defence League protests. Bernard Holmes, 25, formerly of Coleridge Street, Blackburn, was jailed for two years and four months, in February for causing grievous bodily harm to Shaun Baxendale. Mr Baxendale was left with ‘catastrophic’ injuries and a... Read more

He's a skinhead, fascist, rape joking tattooed racist and he wants your vote

Sunday World by Staff reporter | Tuesday, 19 October 2010

ULSTER’S new BNP leader is a walking right-wing cliché! These pics show ex-military man Steven Moore posing in his braces, jeans and Fred Perry t-shirt while sporting a pair of shades and the obligatory skinhead and tattoo. He’s planning to put BNP candidates into next year’s council elections in Northern Ireland and will try to convince voters that... Read more

Can’t pay, won’t pay, but the BNP carries on spending

Searchlight / HOPE not hate by Sonia Gable | Monday, 18 October 2010

The British National Party has told its creditors that they will not be paid while continuing to appeal for donations to pay for the next phase of it “Bring Our Boys Home” campaign and to fund its fight against the Equality Commission over the party’s racist constitution. Jim Dowson, officially the BNP’s fundraising and management consultant but in reality the... Read more

Glentoran fan is target for BNP

Belfast Telegraph | Monday, 18 October 2010

A Glentoran fan who stood up to the BNP is now being targeted by the far-right party. Graeme Moore — treasurer of Castlereagh Glentoran Supporters’ Club — said last week that Glentoran fans did not want to be associated with the BNP after members canvassed for support outside the Oval last weekend. Now senior members of Nick Griffin’s BNP have launched an... Read more

Fraudster Peter Mailer forged signature to help sell hotel

Journal Live by Rob Kennedy | Wednesday, 13 October 2010

A FRAUDSTER is being held in custody after he was convicted of forging a signature to push through the sale of a Northumberland hotel. Peter Mailer, who stood as a BNP candidate in Berwick in this year’s General Election, was remanded in custody and warned a prison sentence is likely after jurors found him guilty of forgery offences. Mailer, 53, had used... Read more

BNP told “stay away from matches”

BBC News | Monday, 11 October 2010

The British National Party has been told by football fans to stay way from local grounds after members canvassed support outside the Oval at the weekend. They issued leaflets seeking support to bring Troops back from Afghanistan. Graham Moore from the Castlereagh Glentoran Supporters' Club said the BNP was not something fans want to be associated with. The BBC contacted the BNP office... Read more

BNP takes hate message to Larne with fake picture

Belfast Telegraph by Ciaran Barnes | Tuesday, 5 October 2010

The BNP has taken its race hate message to Larne. Skinhead members of Nick Griffin’s far-right party spent the last week leafleting homes in the Co Antrim seaside town. They put scaremongering mail through doors warning about a new asylum seeker centre which is being built in Larne. The BNP news-sheet includes a fake picture of two Muslim women dressed in burkas walking... Read more

Guilty of racial abuse on Asian woman

Hartlepool Mail | Saturday, 2 October 2010

A BRITISH National Party organiser has narrowly escaped jail for racially abusing an Asian woman in a supermarket. Peter King told stunned Sajida Islam "go back to your own country" when he saw her in the aisles of Hartlepool's Tesco Extra store, in Burn Road. He followed with a tirade of racist abuse. In another unrelated incident he threatened a student with a... Read more

Troublemakers warned as Bradford oficers trawl images

Telegraph & Argus (Bradford) by Will Kilner | Friday, 1 October 2010

Police have warned that the net is closing in on anyone who broke the law during demonstrations in Bradford city centre at the end of August. Officers are trawling through hours of CCTV footage from Saturday, August 28, when members of the far-right English Defence League and supporters of the rival Unite Against Fascism group protested in the city centre. On the... Read more