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 Abbreviation BNP Leader John Bean President Andrew Fountaine Founders John Bean Colin Jordan Founded 1960 Dissolved 1967 Preceded by National Labour PartyWhite Defence League Succeeded by National Front Headquarters Arnold Leese House, Notting Hill, London Newspaper Combat Youth wing National Youth Movement Ideology
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