The British National Party has been infiltrated by immigrants, who will be sent "home" if their party ever wins a General Election.
The embarrassing error was discovered when the BNP membership list was made public on the Internet, and even the party leadership were surprised to see names such as Mr Carl Ngongwe and Mrs Princess Julalene (36 of Uganda).
The BNP has pledged, in its manifesto, to kick out all immigrants, all people with dark skin (including spray on tans) and all grey squirrels. So, if the party were ever to win an election and form a government, Mr Ngongwe and Mrs Julalene would be rewarded for their vote by getting deported to Uganda, or Kenya, or anywhere but our back yard.
A party spokesman, who did not wish to be named, said he thinks the foreigners joined the party in error.
"I think when they come to this country they are keen to demonstrate their loyalty straight away, and they think the British National Party is something to do with the citizenship ceremony.
"Maybe our name is too confusing, and we ought to change it to something more obvious," he said.