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Multiple small right-wing parties ‘could split fruitcake vote’

The UK Independence Party’s widely anticipated night of triumph at the European elections next week could yet be spoiled by a proliferation of virtually indistinguishable small parties taking a share of the UKIP vote, pollsters have warned.

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Posted: May 16th, 2014
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‘Immigrants get it too easy’, says man after having personal debts written off

A man from Barnet has passionately reiterated his views that immigrants ‘exploit the system for their own personal gain’ today, whilst celebrating his successful application to have most of his debts written off.

Speaking outside Welshpool County Court, Nick Griffin, a 54-year-old man originally from Barnet, says he is ‘feeling great‘ after being freed from his personal financial obligations, before reconfirming that he is ‘incensed’ by the recent influx of ‘even more’ hard working migrants from Eastern Europe.

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Posted: Jan 3rd, 2014
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Griffin admits BNP ‘divided over Rihanna’

political agenda swayed by cute tartan skirt dress thingNick Griffin, the leader of the British National Party has admitted that the party is ‘deeply divided’ and ‘in crisis’ following a meeting with members to decide the party’s official policy towards Barbadian pop star Rihanna Fenty.

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Posted: Nov 30th, 2013
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Green Party accused of trying to woo BNP supporters in local elections

In an interview on Radio 4’s Today programme, Sally Hornby, the Green Party’s Communication Director, denied that a new document outlining their manifesto for the upcoming local election was designed to target disaffected BNP voters in marginal wards.

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Posted: Apr 30th, 2013
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Government hails success of best ever April Fools ‘Benefits Cut’ prank

proposed cut to bike allowance for unemployed also just a jokeNo. 10 Downing Street has confirmed in a statement early this morning that a raft of cuts to benefits due to kick in today were merely an elaborate prank played out for the last few months on the British public, and that the drastic measures would not now go ahead.

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Posted: Apr 1st, 2013
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