This list holds details on members as well as contact information for other individuals, the latter being held for unknown and in some cases dubious reasons in the database of the BNP. Please see British National Party membership and contacts list, 2007-2008 for more information.
This document contains nine spreadsheets of detailed, confidential party membership information, with dates ranging from December 2006 to 15 April 2009. The lists have been verified to be accurate in all cases examined by WikiLeaks, however it should not be assumed that every person with a BNP membership number is a current member of the BNP.
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The British National Party ( BNP) is a far-right, fascist political party in the United Kingdom. It is headquartered in Wigton, Cumbria, and its leader is Adam Walker. A minor party, it has no elected representatives at any level of UK government.
British National Party (BNP) membership and contacts list. The BNP is a "far right" party, whose members are banned by the UK civil service from a number of government occupations. 12,801 individuals are represented. Contains contact details of all or nearly all party members and some other individuals.
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Description (as provided by our source) This is a revised version of the bnp-members.xls spreadsheet which was already on wikileaks 14 members in the list (including one 'Anne J Mosley') had data in the wrong columns - this means they would not appear correctly in a postcode or surname search. This is now fixed.