NF chairman standing for Scottish Parliament

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Dave MacDonald, chairman of the National Front, is standing as NF candidate for the Scottish Parliament in the NE Scotland region. His deputy Adam Lloyd is standing for the Welsh Assembly in the South East Wales region, where staunch nationalist and regular H&D correspondent Milton Ellis is also on the NF list.

These are the only racial nationalist candidates in Scotland or Wales this year: H&D readers both in the UK and in the ethnic British diaspora will be grateful to the NF for flying the flag of real nationalism.

These elections are on May 5th, the same day as the Greater London Assembly and English local council contests.  Also elected that day are Police and Crime Commissioners across most of England and Wales (except Greater London and Greater Manchester). As in previous PCC contests, the civic nationalist English Democrats were expected to make a serious effort in these elections having polled well last time, partly because their anti-political correctness message resonates with many voters.  However when nominations closed it turned out that rather than the advertised fourteen candidates, the EDs in fact have just four – contesting South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire, Kent and Bedfordshire.

Mayoral elections are being held in three English cities: there is an ED candidate in Liverpool – former BNP activist Dr Paul Rimmer.

Nominations for the Northern Ireland Assembly have not yet closed, but there will be no BNP or NF candidates in the province this year.

A full list of nationalist candidates in the English local council elections can be found here.

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