The BNP today elected a new leader. Following the changes made to their membership Nick Griffin has been defeated in a secret ballot. The new leader, a Mr Nelson Mandela, is expected to make some policy changes.
Griffin, a one time stunt double for the Weebles, said "I'm bitterly disappointed. I felt that I was doing well for the party and I could see us making major gains at the next election." Critics pointed out that Griffin had become consumed by his own vanity and was interested in his own media image.
Mandela offers the BNP another way. He has experience of leading an organisation with three initials and hopes that he can bring his experience of racial segregation to the BNP. An official spokesperson said "We intend to send whitey packing. Compulsory deportation. It's the only way Britain will be great again."