Monday, November 16, 2009

Hodge Backs Griffin

The news that Nick Griffin will be standing in Barking will make a lot of sense to at least one person ;Enver Hodge herself .In April 2006 she commented in an interview with The Sunday Telegraph that eight out of ten white working class voters in her constituency may be tempted to vote for the BNP because "no one else is listening to them".
In further support of BNP Policy she has also argued ,in an article for The Observer on 20 May 2007, that established families should take priority in the allocation of social housing over new economic migrants. These comments were condemned by the Refugee Coucil and other bodies working in this field.

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