BNP leader, Nick Griffin, was ousted by his party last night in an extraordinary general meeting of its leadership council.
During the party's recent legal wranglings over its membership policy, their constitution, which requires would-be members to agree that they are "implacably opposed to the promotion, by any means, of integration or assimilation" that affected the UK's indigenous white population, came under close scrutiny.
Swarthy-looking Griffin came under increasing pressure from the 4 members of their leadership council, all villagers from a small village just outside Penzance where no one has married outsiders for 3,000 years, decided that as Griffin's ancestory could be traced back to French settlers in the 15th century, he was not actually indigenous and therefore "not welcome" under current "BNP rules".
"Its a fair cop," Griffin told our Spoof reporter, "this country needs to be firm and keep freeloaders like my family outside of its borders. My family came here supposedly to escape persecution from the Catholic ruling class but actually it was just to scrounge benefits and leave litter"
No one from the BNP was available for comment but an inside source said "Oi, Paki - ENGLAND FOR THE ENGLISH, go home Paki"