The British National Party: ‘Still Discriminatory’?

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  1. Keri says:

    Are the BNP’s policies in line with EU standards for promoting equality? It seems like they might be in violation of equality and human rights provisions on many levels. I wonder why indigenous British identity cannot be maintained alongside other identities?

    What an interesting story! Thanks for the post.


  2. nomadologist says:

    I’d like to know how they define “indigenous British.” Are they in favor of kicking anyone out of Britain who has an Anglo-Saxon or Norman background? Both groups were latecomers to the British Isles, relatively speaking.

  3. paulabowles says:

    Thanks for your comments.
    I think nomadologist has hit the nail on the head: how do you define “indigenous British”? Given Mr Griffin’s confusion over British history (recently demonstrated by his appearance on Question Time as well as claims that ‘none of the black footballers who represent England can truly be classed as “English”‘ ( it seems unlikely that we will have a definitive answer any time soon.


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