It is better to have the BNP in politics than to have their supporters outside the process, becoming ever more violent and disengaged, writes Kevin Meagher.
Fascists across Europe could benefit from European Union money – with legitimate parties suffering cuts to their funding.
Even Nick Griffin has criticised UKIP candidate Geoffrey Clark’s extreme views on euthanasia for the elderly and forced abortions for disabled babies.
Andrew Brons MEP – who quit the BNP last month – has formed a new far-right party with fellow ex-BNPers, Holocaust deniers, racists and anti-Semites.
Tory MEPs have voted against the withdrawal of gender identity from the the International Classification of Diseases’ list of mental and behavioural disorders.
Alex Hern reports on the exposure of a biker from Durham as the head of the KKK in the UK
BNP leader Nick Griffin was once more shown up for the coward he is by the BBC last night, reports Left Foot Forward’s Shamik Das.
Matt Wootton reports on the inventive and creative grass-roots campaigning for the Alternative Vote, that is taking off on the internet.
The Independent today reports new analysis from the Institute for Public Policy Research – also covered by The Guardian yesterday – showing that AV would hinder the BNP.
Another day, another round of No2AV ‘AV/BNP’ spin; Left Foot Forward will explain why it isn’t the case that AV helps the BNP or makes mainstream politicians appeal to them more.