- Oct 28, 2007
- Reaction score
- Political Leaning
BNP leader Nick Griffin has agreed to ask his party to amend its constitution so it does not discriminate on grounds of race or religion, a court heard.
The UK's equalities watchdog had argued the BNP broke the Race Relations Act by restricting members to "indigenous Caucasian" people.
The court heard Mr Griffin had agreed to use "all reasonable endeavours" to revise its constitution.
BNP members will be asked to agree to the changes at a meeting in November.
Mr Griffin was not at the hearing at Central London County Court on Thursday morning. BBC Story
Not that "non-whites" are flooding or clamouring to join the BNP anyway but this IS funny.
A BNP spokesman told the BBC: "We have got to comply if we want to stay in the game. Of course it's not right, it's an infringement of our rights."
Not that there's any problem infringing other people's rights or setting up a party whose policies are centered on the goal of deporting British citizens who just happen to be "non-white" thus they have no rights under BNP proposals..