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British National Party, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishBritish National Party, thethe British National PartyˌBritish ˈNational ˌParty, the (also the BNP) trademark  a right-wing British political party, started in 1982 by John Tyndall, a former leader of the National Front. The BNP believes that the rights of white British people are more important than those of people who are not white or who are immigrants. Nick Griffin (1959-) became leader of the party in 1999. The party does not have any MPs, but it does have councillors (=elected representatives) on many local government councils.
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