Racism, not poor services, drives far-right: anti-BNP campaigner

A government campaign to address a perceived sense of unfairness among white, working class people perceived as targets for "grooming" by the British National Party must take on board that the party's vote is first and foremost a racist one - not solely a protest at local needs not being met, delegates at a conference heard.

by Sarah Townsend

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