BNP break Party Election Broadcast rules

Written by Greg Creedy

Thursday, 14 May 2009

The British National Party finds itself in hot water today following a decision that it broke the rules governing Party Election Broadcasts.

The rule in question states that political parties must not knowingly mislead the public.

However in a broadcast shown before the Lottery Draws on Wednesday, BNP leader Nick Griffin said to camera, "We're decent people."

Shocked viewers immediately turned to ITV hoping to catch a repeat of the broadcast in order to ascertain whether or not Mr Griffin had actually uttered those words.

A punishment for the BNP leader has yet to be decided, but are considering sending him for a two week holiday to northern Pakistan.

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