posted by: Nick Lowles | on: Friday, 4 April 2008, 14:29
It appears that one of my questions is getting answered, namely that the internal divisions within the BNP has last the Yorkshire region struggling for candidates in some of its traditional strongholds.
A case in point is Bradford. I have just had a phonecall from someone who used to be in the BNP who claims that they only have six candidates there. We knew they were struggling but that is pretty awful. What is worse, he added, amusingly, the Democratic Nationalists (led by former BNP councillor Jim Lewthwaite) is not far behind with five. It appears that many are in the same wards as well.
Obviously all this needs to be confirmed but all I can say is 'Oh dear....'
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