The Northern Irish National Party (NINP) have hit back at claims that they are just the same as the British National Party (BNP).
"We are completely different," claimed Mick O'Griffin. "Granted we share some of the same ideals in our view point towards Europe and immigration, but the BNP are focused on England, regardless of what their name is, while the NINP are focused on Northern Ireland."
NINP MPs claim that they have much more in common with the Scottish National Party (SNP). The SNP have never been associated with the BNP, despite their similar names, with the SNP seen as a cute and cuddly organisation that only affects Scottish people.
"We are for an independent Northern Ireland. We don't even want to be reunited with Southern Ireland. That's the policy of the Reunite Ireland and Northern Ireland Party, who haven't got any MPs. The SNP want secession, and so do we. Only we want Northern Ireland to secede from the union not Scotland, though we'd be happy if Scotland succeeded in seceding, too."
Dai Griffiths of the Welsh National Party was quite surprised to be contacted regarding this matter. "I'm quite surprised," he said. "Normally people forget about us."