British Democratic Party launched at Leicestershire meeting

The British Democratic Party was officially launched on Saturday 9th February at a gathering of nationalist activists in Leicestershire, obsessively monitored by the left-wing media including the New Statesman.

Chaired by former BNP North East organiser Kevin Scott, a Newcastle University graduate who joined the BNP almost thirty years ago and put nationalism on the map in a traditionally solid Labour region, the meeting was also addressed by:

  • Andrew Brons MEP
  • Adrian Davies, barrister and treasurer of the new party
  • Andrew Moffatt, a business consultant and former UKIP parliamentary candidate who was also an activist in the National Front during the 1970s
  • Ken Booth, nominating officer for the BDP, whose dynamic election organising efforts together with Kevin Scott achieved unprecedented nationalist election results across North East England
  • Sam Swerling, former Westminster City Councillor, who fought valiantly to preserve traditional British values through the Conservative Party but recognises that David Cameron’s party is irretrievably lost to the forces of liberalism and internationalism.
  • Kevan Stafford, former North West Leicestershire organiser for the BNP

Further news about developments in the British Democratic Party will appear in the next issue of Heritage and Destiny.

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