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Bigot defeated at polls

On a night when the British National Party Leader Nick Griffin  promised his party would  make their Westminster breakthrough the people of Barking and Dagenham had other ideas rejecting his politics of race hatred and putting him in third place.

The Labour Party MP Margaret Hodge massively increased her vote as did the Tory candidate Simon Marcus. Griffin on the other hand, despite the unprecedented  media attention lowered his parties share of the vote.

Given the internal problems of the BNP right up until polling night and this political failure, some now are expecting a challenge to Griffin’s authority.

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  1. “On a night when the British National Party Leader Nick Griffin promised his party would make their Westminster breakthrough the people of Barking and Dagenham had other ideas rejecting his politics of race hatred and putting him in third place.”

    If only the people of Barking and Dagenham knew what New Labour really was like.

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