Door open for racists.British National Party
- This article is about the contemporary party. For the 1960s party, see British National Party (1960s).
Had Labour done better in the Euro elections, odious Nick Griffin Nicholas John "Nick" Griffin (born 1959) is a British far-right politician. Since 1999 he has been the National Chairman of the British National Party (BNP). Early years and education and hate-filled Andrew Brons Andrew Brons (born 1947) was a veteran of far right politics in Britain. He began his political career as a member of the National Socialist Movement until he was seventeen then joined John Bean's British National Party which merged with the League of Empire Loyalists to form the might not be on their way to Brussels.
Last night the immediate threat of a leadership challenge was lifted from Gordon Brown. He must seize what may be his last chance to show he can lead our country.
To reconnect with once loyal voters who stayed at home requires Labour to offer appealing policies creating a fairer Britain.
People are crying out for action on jobs, incomes, pensions, houses, health, education, crime, transport and the environment.
Mr Brown needs to speak the language of ordinary families and answer the priorities of real people, not some metropolitan elite.
Labour has a mountain to climb to recover much lost ground and progress will be made only when a united government starts marching forward not back.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Jun 9, 2009|
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