Glen McNamee
An election night disaster for the BNP
Posted on May 9, 2010 in Politics

Everyone’s least favourite racists had a terrible May 6th, they didn’t get a single seat or make any significant gains, they lost £131,500 on lost deposits and they lost all 12 seats in Barking and Dagenham Council. This on top of already ongoing problems with the BNP’s website being take offline and just to rub the BNP’s face in it, there are now Eight Muslims in British parliament.

This is a big blow for Nick Griffin’s leadership of the BNP as there are now increasing calls for him to be replaced.

Finally, you may have heard that if the election system was changed to PR, the BNP would have 12-20 MPs. Well head over to vote-no-to-bnp to see why that’s not true.

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