By Will Stone in Britain:
Tuesday 27th May 2014
“We must never forget what the BNP’s ideology represents. We were up against something really nasty. It has not been easy but it’s not over for the BNP yet. There is still work to be done. But removing Nick Griffin from Europe is a really important victory.”
They surrounded his car while dozens of police officers struggled to separate them from Mr Griffin and a handful of his supporters.
Officers rugby-tackled some protesters as they broke through police ranks before the BNP leader was rushed to the safety of the town hall where Mr Griffin described the reception as “fairly typical.”
A statement by Unite Against Fascism (UAF) following the result said: “We are nazi free. Nazi Nick is gone.”
It continued: “We should celebrate the destruction of the British National Party’s election strategy. Campaigning by Unite Against Fascism and many others has meant that Nick Griffin has been thrown out of the European parliament.”
The Morning Star has previously revealed that the BNP’s EU election material was missing key information required by law.
Church of England bans clergy from joining BNP or National Front. Any clergy found to be members of the two parties will face disciplinary action after bishops declared them un-Christian: here.