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Monday, 3 May 2010

BNP attack David Cameron twice in one day

David Cameron was twice forced to run the gauntlet of racist BNP supporters yesterday - and avoided a confrontation with its leader Nick Griffin.

Around 75 BNP members chanted "traitor" as the Tory leader arrived for an election rally meeting in Dagenham, East London.

Minutes earlier Griffin had told supporters: "We don't want any violence against him when he comes in... though he might deserve it."
Cameron had a meeting with health workers at Rush Green Medical Centre in the new seat of Dagenham and Rainham, which Labour's Jon Cruddas is likely to win.

But Cameron ignored protesters, including Griffin, by sweeping past them to his meeting in a chauffeur-driven limo.
Earlier the Tory leader was heckled by a few BNP supporters at a hospital in Stevenage, Herts.

The Mirror