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Thursday, 28 January 2010

BNP parliamentary candidate stands against Tories first black MP in Windsor

The party is set to reveal their chosen representative, who will contest the seat currently held by the first black Tory MP Adam Afriyie.Local organiser for the BNP, Andrew McBride, said: "Its just a case of crossing the t's and dotting the i's and we will be revealing the right candidate in the coming weeks.
"We had a good run in the local elections and the residents of Windsor have been calling on us to put a candidate forward for the parliamentary seat.
"When people in the town see dairies being turned into mosques, and the problems caused by this, they contact us, as we can give them a voice."

The news comes as the Labour party announced they will be putting a Sikh former doctor, Amanjit Singh Jhund, forward as their candidate.
The BNP has also announced their candidate, Tim Rait, to contest the Maidenhead seat held by Conservative MP Theresa May.

The news has not be welcomed by the town's long-standing politicians. Read more


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