Habib Khan jailed for stabbing BNP neighbour Keith Brown

Philippe Naughton | Friday, 29 August 2008

A Muslim man was jailed for eight years today for killing his BNP activist neighbour after suffering a long-running campaign of racial abuse. Habib Khan, 50, stabbed 52-year-old Keith Brown with a kitchen knife during a violent row outside his home in Stoke-on-Trent in July last year. Stafford Crown Court was told that Khan and his family had been subjected to "racial... Read more

Victim is punched after row over BNP

Ben Perrin | Tuesday, 26 August 2008

A FIGHT erupted between two men after an argument about the British National Party, Swindon Magistrates’ Court heard. Philip Owen, 42, from Albion Street in the town centre, pleaded guilty to hitting Sean Enwright at a Swindon working men’s club on June 6 last year. The actual bodily harm charge came about after Owen had been talking about the BNP to his... Read more

Belfast-based loyalist helps BNP spread race hate message

| Monday, 25 August 2008

A Belfast-based loyalist has defended his decision to link up with the extremist BNP. Former Orangeman James Dowson, who runs Midas Consultancy, said that he had “no problem” providing senior members of the right-wing party with management training and marketing skills. Scots-born Dowson, who is also a hardline anti-abortion campaigner, has been responsible for helping the BNP send letters to businesses throughout... Read more

BNP set for by-election battle

Alex Hill | Saturday, 23 August 2008

The BNP has announced it will be fielding a candidate in a by-election after the resignation of a former Liberal Democrat caught drink driving twice in a matter of weeks. Hugh O’Hanlon was suspended from the Lib Dem ruling party at Watford Borough Councilafter he was caught driving home from the Tudor Arms pub in his Tudor ward. He... Read more