British Democrats hold successful London meeting

Brtish Democrats leader Dr Jim Lewthwaite addressing the party’s recent meeting in Kent

The British Democrats – a racial nationalist party that has begun to make rapid progress this year – held a successful meeting in Bexley, Kent on 12th June.

The event was addressed by party chairman and former Bradford city councillor Dr Jim Lewthwaite (an H&D patron) and by another old friend of our magazine Andrew Brons, former Member of the European Parliament and president of the British Democrats.

Earlier this year British Democrat candidate Lawrence Rustem achieved one of the best nationalist results at the UK local elections: 13.7% in Shepway South ward, Maidstone.

The well-attended Bexley meeting was another sign of the party’s rapid progress and we look forward to reporting on more good news for our cause.

Click here for a report on the Bexley meeting including a video of Jim Lewthwaite’s speech.

Andrew Brons addressing the recent Bexley meeting
Andrew Brons (far right – but not in that sense!) at a social event with (left to right) H&D editor Mark Cotterill, assistant editor Peter Rushton, and Jared Taylor of American Renaissance

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