Cassetteboy vs. Nick Griffin…


Versus the majority of the country I would hope;). In all seriousness I thought that Griffin didn’t do as well as he would have liked- not helped by the fact that he had no pre-prepared soundbites to fall back on. The consequence of Griffin’s appearance on Question Time may cause a slight jump in the polls for the BNP in the short term, but I suspect that in the long term they will remain at the three percent mark nationally after the media storm has died down. This would mean that his party would face an uphill struggle to get a seat even in Essex, where his party plans to canvass heavily in next year’s General Election. Therefore it is my opinion that the status-quo will remain in regards to the support of the BNP in the next twelve months.

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