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BNP - expulsion of prospective 2012 London mayoral candidate Claire Khaw
BNP - leadership
ADOPTION - an unnecessarily lengthy process?
BNP 2012 London Mayoral Candidate
ADOPTION - same-sex couples
BNP Constitution - amendment to political objectives
AFGHANISTAN - Anjem Choudary, Al Muhajiroun, Wootton Bassett
British forces in Afghanistan and Iraq
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Should Claire Khaw have been expelled from the BNP for what she said on the Victoria Derbyshire Show?

It is shameful that the BNP never comes to the defence of any of its members even when it should.

Many of the people did not hear what was actually said on the Victoria Derbyshire Show or read the transcript of what was said, though that does not stop them from opining in the way that people feel quite justified in opining about the Koran or Mein Kampf, without feeling the need to read it first.


It is sufficient that if a statement has caused offence, that is in itself sufficient reason to discipline or expel a member, irrespective of the rights and wrongs of the matter, apparently.

Who does Nick Griffin think he is – David Cameron?

If that is the case, then he would presumably have defended Ted Heath in sacking Enoch Powell from the Cabinet for his rivers of blood speech. Perhaps someone should ask the Chairman if that was what he would have done in Heath’s position.

Typically, a member is hung out to dry when they make what is perceived to be a gaffe. Claire Khaw claims she knew what she was doing and was even then marking out the battle lines to be fought against the liberal media. The mistake she made was in expecting someone in the party to get in touch with her to demand an explanation of what she was doing (which she would have given) before taking disciplinary action, but, as most members and ex-members of the BNP will tell you, there is no tradition of fair hearings or of protecting the rights of members the most important of which is freedom of expression, whose concept is no longer familiar to the people of this benighted country.

The Chairman said on radio once that he was not prepared to defend Jeffrey Marshall, currently East London Organiser, who made similar comments.

He could have, with presence of mind, suggested that the media get in touch with Jeffrey Marshall and it would have been a test of Jeffrey Marshall's political competence, been quite interesting to witness, as well as have created more media interest for the party and tested the calibre of this particular member.

Or, he could have issued a press release defending members who made perfectly legitimate expressions of private opinion on a subject that everyone is too afraid to discuss. However, it did not occur to the Chairman to do anything like this.

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Should the BNP be banned?
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Should the death penalty be re-introduced in some form, eg for the worst cases of murder?
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Should the UK leave the EU and thereby regain control over its immigration policy?
Yes - 85% No - 15%
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