Chairman Rat Leaves Sinking Ship

Adam Walker (right) has left the sinking BNP ship, four years after ousting Nick Griffin.

H&D understands that Adam Walker – who has been chairman of the virtually defunct British National Party since 2014 – left his post two days ago. It’s not yet clear whether Walker jumped or was pushed by his former cronies Clive Jefferson and Patrick Harrington. Former London mayoral candidate David Furness is said to have taken temporary charge.

The BNP has long since ceased to be a viable political organisation, and continues to exist solely with the aim of collecting legacies from misguided elderly patriots.

It could all have been so different, but one good thing to come out of the latest shameful episode might be that this once great party is finally put out of its misery, clearing the way for numerous fine nationalists still within its ranks to ditch their illusions and move on.

 

October 10th update:
Patrick Harrington informs us: “I have not had any contact with either Mr Jefferson or Mr Walker for over two years when a company I manage ceased to provide professional advice.”

Curiouser and curiouser.

 

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