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Friday, 17 December 2010

ECHR Case Collapses - no more excuses to try and shut down The British National Party

Once more the Marxist Equalities and Human Rights Commission, headed by the anti white Trevor Phillips, has failed.

No more excuses left to drag the British National Party through the courts.

Congratulations MR Griffin!

Sky News reports - BNP Leader Griffin Defeats Contempt Bid

Rob Cole, Sky News Online
BNP leader Nick Griffin has fought off a bid to have him declared guilty of contempt of court in connection with the party's constitution.

Rob Cole, Sky News Online
BNP leader Nick Griffin has fought off a bid to have him declared guilty of contempt of court in connection with the party's constitution.

He was accused by the Equality and Human Rights Commission of failing to comply with a Central London County Court judgment ordering him to remove potentially racist clauses from the BNP constitution.

The county court had ruled that the constitution breached discrimination laws because of a clause banning non-white members from joining.

A revision was later rejected by the court because it was seen as indirectly discriminatory against those of mixed-race as it required party applicants to oppose "any form of integration or assimilation of ... the indigenous British".

Another section required new members to submit to a two-hour vetting visit at their home by BNP officials, which Judge Paul Collins ruled said was "intimidatory".

The county judge ordered both sections to be removed from the constitution.

The Commission took the BNP to the High Court accusing it of being in contempt by failing to comply with that order.

Robin Allen QC, appearing for the watchdog, said the BNP was "playing with" the Commission and had ignored the order.

However, Lord Justice Moore-Bick said he had reached "the clear conclusion" that the Commission's legal action could not succeed.

John Wadham, the Commission's legal group director, said it had been successful in forcing the BNP into changing its constitution even if Mr Griffin had escaped contempt proceedings.

"Eighteen months and seven court hearings later Mr Griffin has finally amended the constitution to bring it in line with what the Commission had originally requested," he said.

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2 comments:

Tancred 18 December 2010 at 12:41  

"Eighteen months and seven court hearings later Mr Griffin has finally amended the constitution to bring it in line with what the Commission had originally requested," he said."

Given that the case was thrown out, the ECHR lost, how can they say that they have won a victory?

IC1MALE 18 December 2010 at 15:29  

The tax payer funded EHRC has tryed everything to shut down the BNP and put MR Griffin in jail.

Neither has happened, theirin lies the victory.

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