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British servicemen joining BNP 





Salisbury BNP Reports Influx of Servicemen Members

February 1, 2009 by BNP News  
Filed under Regional News, South West

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Salisbury BNP has reported an influx of serving army personnel enrolling in the BNP following the recent announcement that military personnel are free to join any party that they wish.

“The last month has seen an influx of new members including military service personnel following the recent announcement that they may freely join the Party,” Salisbury organiser Mike Chant announced at that group’s latest meeting.

“A marked surge of drive and energy within the membership has also been apparent and a new secretary and fund holder have been appointed,” Mr Chant said.

Two group business advisers and a security adviser have also come forward to offer their services. “This has added a whole new level of professionalism to the Salisbury BNP group which will prove highly beneficial both in organisational and financial terms,” he said.

The new secretary made a most informed and encouraging speech about standing for election, having previously served in Parish and District Council capacity. One of the new business advisers also spoke about membership, activism and achieving targets. 

The latest meeting was also the largest to date, and consideration will now have to be given to sourcing a larger venue, particularly with a planned visit by party leader Nick Griffin in the near future.

“Mr Chant has worked very hard to build this new team in such a short time and deserves much applause for his achievement”, said regional organiser Mike Howson after the meeting.

Image: The new Salisbury BNP team. From left to right: regional organiser Mike Howson; Jayne, secretary; Philip Downton, Amesbury candidate; Michael Chant, Salisbury organiser; Paul, security adviser; Paul, business adviser; and Joyce, fund holder.