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The Christian Party has defended a candidate accused of racism while apologising for his remarks. John Harrold, standing in the Vale of Glamorgan, said immigrants should "go home".
This week it was revealed that the Christian Party's candidate for Croydon Central, James Gitau, was a member of the far-right British National Party
The Christian Party's parliamentary candidate for Croydon Central, Rev James Gitau, has admitted that he was a member of the far-right BNP until earlier this month.
An Anglican church in the Windsor constituency has been accused of “handing the Devil a megaphone” after running a hustings event which included a far-right candidate.
An ippr report shows that claims that the presence of immigrants and ethnic minorities is 'causing' the rise of the BNP are false. Alienation and limited life chances are to blame.
Any remaining doubts I had about the nature of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) were dispelled today when they published their general election manifesto.
UKIP is generally treated as respectable and fairly mainstream, while the BNP is demonised. But is there really much difference between them? I decided to compare their policies and found that they were even more similar than I expected.
Church leaders have taken to eating curries to support campaigns to overcome violence and racism against Indian students living in Australia.
The three largest Free Churches in Britain have questioned whether the BNP should be allowed to stand as a party in the General Election. But others say bans are counter-productive and wrong.
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