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Monday, 15 March 2010

Huddersfield BNP man says party will be 'driven underground' after legal ruling

A BRITISH National Party (BNP) supporter in Huddersfield warned the party will be “driven underground” after a ruling barring them from taking on new members.

Outspoken BNP member Robert Walker, who has stood for the party at Kirklees Council elections, said: “If you take away the rights of my political party, I’ve no platform.

“It’s a dangerous situation and the feeling of resentment that’s going on in this country is going to go underground.”

The BNP was yesterday banned from taking on new members after a judge ruled its constitution could discriminate against non-white people.

Judge Paul Collins issued an injunction ordering the far right group to comply with race equality laws.

He said: “The membership list will have to be closed until then.

“I hold that the BNP are likely to commit unlawful acts of discrimination within section 1b Race Relations Act 1976 in the terms on which they are prepared to admit persons to membership under the 12th addition of their constitution.”
Last month the BNP scrapped its whites-only policy in an attempt to avoid legal sanctions brought by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC).

Mr Walker, who runs Great Northern Street Motors at Lower Fitzwilliam Street, said he believed in the rights of the “indigenous” people of Britain.

He said: “I’m a second-class citizen in my own country because I’m a white working-class male.

“We’re not allowed a voice and the BNP is the only party with a voice for indigenous working people.

“The indigenous people in this country have no rights and they’ve had their rights taken away from them.”

Weymen Bennett, national secretary for Unite Against Fascism, said: “The BNP talk about law and order, but they are officially a racist organisation and their constitution supports division and separation and apartheid.

“This is something that hasn’t been seen since apartheid in South Africa and Nazi Germany.

“The leader of the BNP, Nick Griffin, wants taxpayers money to support him.

“Unite Against Fascism believe that democracy involves everyone regardless of religion or race.”