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Electoral fraud leader arrested

BNP leader has just been arrested for electoral fraud yet not one Tory MP or Tory leader has been arrested after months of investigating Tory electoral fraud in the General Election in 2015.

BRITISH National Party leader Adam Walker has been arrested over allegations of electoral fraud, it emerged yesterday.

The Morning Star reported: 
It is understood that he has been questioned over the fascist party’s expenses in the local elections in Pendle in May.

Candidate John Rowe narrowly lost out on winning a second seat for the BNP in the Lancashire borough, receiving 437 votes to his Conservative opponent’s 473.
Hope Not Hate spokesman Matthew Collins said: “They’ve arrested the leader of a party that’s now expert at losing elections.

“We look forward with great humility to see exactly what authorities come up with in relation to this election.”

Mr Walker is a former teacher who was banned from the profession for life after he chased three schoolboys aged between 10 and 12 in his car, slashing t…

Thank goodness for Michael Foster, The Anti-Corbyn CULT are digging their own graves and damaging Owen Smith's chances

His article in the Mail on Sunday was every bit as ridiculous as it was hysterical.  What the millionaire Labour donor achieved in one bitter, spittle-flecked rant, was both the encapsulation and culmination of every Anti-Corbyn smear in one handy ‘cut out and keep’ guide. By deliberately combining two unfounded and over-wrought stereotypes Foster managed to paint Corbyn supporters as anti-semitic Nazi Brownshirts. 

That’s not hyperbole. That’s not paraphrasing. That’s what he actually said, and that’s exactly what the Mail published.
That Foster writes such things is not particularly troubling. It is, after all, not so far removed from much of the Anti-Corbyn bile spewed on Twitter daily (see @labourabuse). The fact that a mainstream British newspaper, though,would choose to publish it, is far more significant. And potentially damaging.

It’s all a question of credibility.

Eventually every long-running TV show has a moment where it ‘jumps the shark’, that is to say, a point where somethin…

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