A Disunited Kingdom: Muslims swing against Labour, while pro-Brexit Whites desert the Tories

Julian Leppert (above centre) achieved this year’s best nationalist election result: 21.9% in Epping Forest as British Democrat candidate for Waltham Abbey North. The two big stories of this year’s local elections are the collapse of Muslim support for the Labour Party, and the final disintegration of the pro-Brexit, White working class bandwagon that elected Boris Johnson’s Tories in 2019. The racial nationalist movement in... [Read More...]

Nationalist results at the 2024 elections

In percentage vote order, these were the results obtained by racial nationalist candidates at the 2024 elections. Julian Leppert, Brit Dems, Waltham Abbey N, Epping Forest: 21.9%Lawrence Rustem, Brit Dems, Shepway, Maidstone: 17.8%Chris Bateman, Brit Dems, Castledon & Crouch, Basildon: 14.3%Roger Robertson, Homeland, Hartley Wintney, Hart: 13.5%Gary Butler, Ind, Shepway, Maidstone: 12.5%Callum Hewitt, Ind, Central & West Bank, Halton:... [Read More...]

Best of luck to all racial nationalist candidates today

Polling stations closed a few minutes ago in those areas of England and Wales that are electing local councillors, mayors, and/or police and fire service commissioners. As H&D explained last month when nominations were filed for these elections, there are very few racial nationalist candidates this year, reflecting the general state of our movement, which has yet to recover from the damage inflicted by Nick Griffin when he destroyed the... [Read More...]

May Day greetings from H&D – “Sumer is icumen in!”

In England as in many other European countries, May Day has been a traditional celebration for centuries. Appropriated by the political left in the late 19th century, the day in fact has no connection to Marxist socialism. The documented history of the festival goes back to the Roman holiday of Floralia, honouring the goddess of flowers, fertility and spring, and its pagan roots go back even further. Powered by odysee embed generator At 6... [Read More...]

Humza Yousaf quits: beginning of the end for fake ‘nationalism’

Scotland’s First Minister Humza Yousaf has resigned after the end of his coalition with the Scottish Green Party, and his failure to reunite disparate factions of the fragmented Scottish National Party. The Scottish Parliament now has 28 days to agree on a new First Minister, or else a parliamentary election will be held. (The next election wasn’t due until May 2026.) The fall of Humza Yousaf and the continuing collapse of his... [Read More...]

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