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Sunday, 14 February 2010


The British National Party is due to decide on whether to scrap its whites-only membership policy.
The far-right party is due to hold an extraordinary general meeting for members to vote on proposed changes to its constitution that would allow black and Asian people to join.
The meeting was arranged after the Central London County Court told the BNP to amend its constitution to comply with race relations laws or face legal action by the Equality and Human Rights Commission

After the hearing on January 28, the BNP rushed out letters to its 14,000 members in order to allow for the 14 days needed to alert them to the proposed changes.
But there remained queries over whether the amended version would go far enough to appease lawyers from the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Further changes are likely to be needed at the meeting, which is to be held at a secret location.

The Express