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Some very good news from the British General Election. The BNP get smashed.

Voters say no to fascism

The British National party leader, Nick Griffin, was coming under increasing pressure tonight after the party appeared to be on course for its third electoral setback in 24 hours.

Early indications from the council elections in Barking and Dagenham suggested the far right party had performed poorly, falling far short of the votes it requires to take control of the east London authority – one of three key BNP targets ahead of this week’s elections.

The council setback follows Griffin’s resounding defeat in the parliamentary seat of Barking where he was beaten into third place, getting 18,000 fewer votes than Labour’s victorious candidate Margaret Hodge.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2010/may/07/nick-griffin-bnp-pressure-quit

The British voters told the racists to get lost and as a result the extremist British National Party is now looking at tearing itself apart.

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  1. Mr Flibberly MP
    May 7, 2010 at 7:42 pm

    According to this site the BNP lost £131,500 in deposits. They also lost all of their seats in Barking and Dagenham. Happy days indeed.

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