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Can BNP bury their anti-Jewish past?

By David Fuller

Updated on 09 June 2009

To the egg throwers, they are Nazis. To their voters, they are speaking up for white people. More 4 News asks if the fascist claims about the BNP are justified.

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The BNP leader Nick Griffin, who has just been elected to the European Parliament, had to abandon a news conference outside Westminster today after anti-fascist protesters threw eggs at him and chased him down the street.

The BNP's opposition to black and Asian people is well known. But Griffin has succeeded in leaving behind - or concealing - the BNP's Nazi and anti-Jewish past.

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