We’re due in Yarmouth for another lunchtime meeting. Again I’m frankly
surprised by the turnout. About twenty people are present. This is another
hitherto ‘unenriched’ town which is being transformed by a torrent of immigrant
scab labour. We desperately need to stand candidates here for the first time,
and I work as hard as I can to convince the still doubt-filled local ‘possibles’
to make a firm commitment to stand. The little meeting may just have done the
trick. Certainly all present seem well pleased as we leave to head south for
Suffolk and the last stretch of the tour.
A quick check of the Great Yarmouth Council website reveals that not a single BNP candidate is standing in the borough on May 3rd. Good. In fact, there are only two BNP candidates in the whole of Norfolk, both in a single ward in King's Lynn.