At the 2009 European Parliament election, the party gained almost 1 million votes, with two of its candidates, Nick Griffin and Andrew Brons, being elected as Members of the European Parliament for North West England and Yorkshire and the Humber respectively. 
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The Conservative Party put forward the most candidates, standing in 635 of the UK's 650 seats. The Labour Party contested 631, the Liberal Democrats 611, the various Green parties [n 1] (a total of 472), and the Brexit Party 275.  The total number of candidates by party is shown below: Withdrawn or disowned candidates [ edit]
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The British National Party, also known as the BNP (or known to most normal sane people "British Nazi Party, Broken Nazi Plonkers or Bastard Nazi Pricks") for short, was the most popular conservative extreme right wing political party in Britain. they are losing popularity and it looks like they are fragmenting today. It's membership consists of not...
The BNP was first founded in 1982 as a combination of members from the National Front and the British Movement - older extreme right wing political parties. It's current leader is tub-o'-lard fat twat engaging politician Nick Griffin, former member of the National Front and who became party leader in 1999.
The BNP saw increased popularity during the first few years of the 21st Century, due mainly to their preying on people's worst emotions and fear, combined with the exploitation of tragedies. For example, following the July 7, 2005 London Bombings, the BNP exploited the deaths of the 52 people and injuries of 700 more by printing leaflets of the car...
National Party elections [ edit] Given that its brief history mainly fell between two general elections the NP only contested three by-elections for Westminster seats. In each of the three elections the NPUK finished behind the NF candidates, namely Andrew Fountaine, Joseph Parker and Paul Kavanagh respectively.
Apr 12, 2015 · The National Front, long a toxic brand even for Britain’s nazis, is standing seven candidates, including two in Scotland and one in Wales. Richard Edmonds – Carshalton and Wallington Mike Cooper – Kingston upon Hull East Bob Batten – North Tyneside Kevin Alastair Bryan – Rochdale Christopher Sean Willett – Aberdeen North