Friday, April 28, 2006

EXCLUSIVE: Labour & BNP Pull Out of Radio Debate. Why?

Eddie Nestor (pic) hosts a Sunday morning current affairs show on BBC Radio London. This Sunday his show was to have featured a debate between Labour & BNP politicians, but both have suddenly pulled out. There are rumours of a big row between Labour Party HQ and one of their councils and a big BNP related story that's about to break. Anyone care to shed any light on this?

5 comments:

AJD said...

Ian - take a look here. Could this be it?

Anonymous said...

Thank you ajd, that is a good article, I happen to be one of those racist BNP supporters, anyway, apparently the daily mail are planning a hatchet job on the BNP tomorrow,

The Remittance Man said...

ajd beat me to the Sky News, "BNP are racists - Shock!" expose. So unless the Mail has a story involving Nick Griffin in three-in-a-bed romps with persons of non-aryan descent, I guess that's the big thing.

Or do you have info that they have being receiving funds from ODDESSA and are planning to offer a certain Mr Adolf H a peerage in exchange?

RM

The Remittance Man said...

PS Being the nasty cynic I am, I'd guess Labour pulled out because they were scared the "BNP might win" stories actually might come true.

Or maybe they just couldn't find anyone with the intellectual capacity to take on a former skinhead in a public debate.

RM

Anonymous said...

I dont know, I believe John Prescott is about to have a lot more time on his hands.