Scottish BNP, like other activists across Great Britain have been getting on with business and engaging with the public.

One thing that we in the BNP do stand for is the freedom of speech and expression, something that funny enough that the European Union also insists is given to each and every citizen.

The Race Relations Bill dated February 1965 advised that the main purpose of the Race Relations Act 1965 was to help integrate ethnic minorities into the UK but without infringing upon our rights to freedom of speech and civil liberties.
More than one and a half million British pensioners are “floundering” on low incomes and consigned to poverty.
Thousands of illegal immigrants are escaping deportation from the UK because officials are failing to act on tips-offs from the public.
BNP activists were out and about in Croydon and Bexley recently spreading our patriotic message far and wide.
Parking charges were suspended in Southall on October 22 and 23 to celebrate Diwali.
A memorial for Lee Rigby will not feature the murdered soldier's name, it has been revealed.
A look at the BNP policy on the subject of Defence.

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