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British National Party members are set to be banned from becoming clergy in the Church of England after top bishops ruled the party was "incompatible" with Christian teaching.
I have no intention of being provocative," Le Pen said in an interview with Italian news agency ANSA, an MEP from the far-right British National Party, said simply turning the boats back or expelling migrants from Europe were not solutions that addressed the social and economic reasons for migration.
BRITISH National Party Chairman and Member of the European Parliament Nick Griffin, was taken into hospital near his home in Welshpool on Thursday afternoon after complaining of pains in his back and stomach.
THE former Archbishop of Birmingham urged voters not to let the expenses scandal lead to protest votes for the British National Party at next month's elections.
A POLICE officer named in a leaked list of British National Party members has been sacked.
Last year, a list of 12,000 names of British National Party members, including five clergy, appeared on the Internet.
The British National party won its first seat on the London assembly last night, but performed worse than expected in the capital amid a cross-party effort to dissuade voters from backing the party.
Byline: Belle Vale ward THERE have been a few occasions when I have read Mr LaurenceWestgaph's articles when he allows himself to slur the British National Party (BNP) if the issue of people's race and culture are the topic of his article.