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Acclaimed equalities campaigner still can’t get her dad to not say ‘Paki shop’

Powerless to stop him doing that head-bobbling impression he picked up from ‘It Ain’t Half Hot Mum’.

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Posted: Apr 10th, 2011
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Griffin hits out at lax controls on bird migration

BNP leader Nick Griffin launched a tirade against lax border controls which are said to be letting thousands of foreign birds enter the UK every week, ‘taking fruit picking work and demanding mixed nuts and stale crusts handouts.’

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Posted: Jul 21st, 2010
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‘Don’t blame me’ says Nick Griffin’s black, Muslim father

‘I did my best, I really did’, said the elderly Mr Griffin. ‘I taught him about tolerance, justice, and how to be sympathetic and loving to other people. I taught him about the contribution that immigrants have made to British life over the centuries. I even tried to bring him up as a Muslim, but as soon as he left home he forgot all about it – I am so sorry’.

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Posted: May 2nd, 2010
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Alan Bennett doll was top-selling toy of 2009

Now with 'Eagle Eyes'The Toy Retailers Association has unveiled its list of the top five toys that are dominated Christmas lists this year. Toymakers largely played safe with a mixture of national treasures and action toys but gave them a technological or modern twist. Perhaps in reaction to the banking crisis, nostalgia was the biggest factor this year, with the number one toy being a ‘talking’ version of playwright Alan Bennett. The 75-year old is said to be surprised and slightly embarrassed at finding himself occupying the top spot.

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Posted: Jan 22nd, 2010
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BBC stars allowed to make racist remarks in designated areas only

supporting and encouraging minoritiesThe writing has been on the wall for a while now but the BBC has finally decided to put a complete ban on unhealthy racist comments in the workplace. However, it admits that stamping the filthy habit out completely will not happen overnight and has been forced to provide designated areas outside its buildings where celebrities can, if they must, pop out for a quick insult.

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Posted: Nov 1st, 2009
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