BNP facing winding up proceedings

Trouble ahead, if party fail to pay the courts £45,000
13th September 2011: The British national Party, known for its tough stand on immigration, is facing a winding up order.
Hope not hate coordinator Nick Lowles has asserted they have been hearing that the BNP was facing an urgent winding up order in a fortnight, if the party fail to pay the courts £45,000.

Andrew Brons on his website “BNP Ideas” has claimed that the Court of Appeal took up a plea brought by Nick Griffin and Simon Darby against the order of execution, which led to the seizure Nick Griffin’s prized Skoda.

The failure to make the money forthcoming within the fortnight will see an immediate application being made to wind up the party. The action will place the BNP into administration.

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