Nick Griffin and Forty British National Party Activists Out in Oldham TodayBritish National Party chairman Nick Griffin MEP, candidate Derek Adams and a team of around 40 party activists descended on the Oldham East and Saddleworth constituency today for a blistering day of action.
Speaking on the latest Radio RWB broadcast (which can be heard here) Mr Griffin said the activists had been split up into about five big teams to help push the election material out and to speak to as many people as possible.
“It is bitterly cold here,” Mr Griffin told Radio RWB. “Nonetheless we have had a very good response from the public.”
He also revealed that the party’s election machine had been fine tuned to the point where for the first time ever, election addresses had arrived simultaneously with the 10,000 postal voters’ ballots.
Almost no other party was able to do this due to the time constraints caused by the calling of the snap election, he explained.
Mr Adams, also speaking on Radio RWB, confirmed that tens of thousands of leaflets had already gone out.
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