Wednesday, 19 December 2007

BNP: Who'll be Sacrificed?

After the 'Solidarity Union' scandal how many BNP organisers are sleeping soundly in their beds?

Spying claims rock BNP

Matthew Taylor and Hélène Mulholland
Tuesday December 18, 2007
Guardian Unlimited

British National Party chairman Nick Griffin
British National Party chairman Nick Griffin. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA
The British National Party has been engulfed by a bitter internal row with around 50 senior figures resigning the party whip amid claims the leadership has been spying on private emails and telephone calls.

Nick Griffin, the leader of the far-right group, is facing widespread criticism over his handling of the situation, while police confirmed yesterday they were investigating claims that a BNP security team stole files and computer equipment from the home of a regional official.



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