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National Front chairman Kevin Bryan writes: On Tuesday 10th April I attended the funeral of Nationalist stalwart Robert Batten. The funeral was held in... 

Gerd Honsik, 1941-2018

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London demo in support of White farmers in South Africa

 On Saturday 7th April 2018, National Front activists, supporters and friends organised a demo at the South African Embassy in central London, opposite... 

H&D’s Peter Rushton to speak in Blackpool – April 28th

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Text of Richard Edmonds’ speech on Dresden commemoration

This is the translation of an intended speech to be given by Richard Edmonds in the centre of Dresden, 17th. February 2018. Unfortunately the Police closed... 

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Nationalist candidates at 2018 local elections

Tess Culnane, BNP candidate for Downham ward, Lewisham

Regular H&D readers will not be surprised to see only a small number of nationalist candidates at this year’s local elections, even though the London borough councils are up for election this year, which usually means a big increase in candidates from a normal year. We are in a transitional period, with UKIP in terminal decline, but its remnants still blocking the way for the re-emergence of a large scale nationalist effort.

The big story is the retirement of long serving BNP councillor Brian Parker, who is standing down in Marsden ward, Pendle. There is no new BNP candidate to replace Mr Parker, so the party is giving up its last borough council seat.

The list below shows every nationalist candidate that we know of, and will be updated if further information arrives. If you have a candidate in your area, try to get out to give him or her a helping hand, regardless of party/faction.

BNP: 16 candidates

London Borough of Barking & Dagenham
Eastbrook – Tony McKay
Goresbrook – Bede Smith

London Borough of Bexley
East Wickham – Michael Jones
Erith – Pamela Mackie
Falconwood & Welling – Jaymie McCoy
Northumberland Heath – Robert Howard
Sidcup – John Brooks

London Borough of Croydon
New Addington N – John Clarke
New Addington S – Dave Clarke
Selsdon & Addington Village – Michael Collard

London Borough of Ealing
Northolt West End – David Furness

Royal Borough of Greenwich
Coldharbour & New Eltham – Cliff Adams

London Borough of Havering
Saint Andrews – Denise Underwood

London Borough of Hillingdon
West Drayton – Vincent Evans

London Borough of Lewisham
Downham – Tess Culnane

Exeter City Council
St Thomas – Chris Stone


National Front: 4 candidates

London Borough of Havering
Gooshays – Kevin Layzell

London Borough of Sutton
St Helier – Richard Edmonds

Calderdale Metropolitan Borough
Todmorden – Chris Jackson

Rossendale Borough Council
Irwell – Kevin Bryan


British Democratic Party: 1 candidate

Bradford City Council
Wyke – Dr Jim Lewthwaite


British Resistance: 1 candidate

Worcester City Council
Nunnery – Carl Mason


Independent nationalist candidates

Burnley Borough Council
Brunshaw – Steven Smith

Liverpool City Council
Kensington & Fairfield – Joe Owens


English Democrats: 4 candidates
(we include the EDs in this list because in recent years the party absorbed some former BNP members and therefore included some people who would be regarded by H&D readers as part of our movement; we should however make it clear that none of the candidates below are former BNP members)

Sheffield City Region Mayoralty
David Allen

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough
Rockingham – Kevin Riddiough

Bury Metropolitan Borough
Besses – Steve Morris

Salford City Council
Swinton South – Craig Holmes


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