Why Wales is suddenly cool
"There is a lot of this sort of thing going on with Wales. To see Joanna Page arrive at tattered, grey Barry Station in Gavin & Stacey is to sigh with nostalgia, even if you are from nowhere near. Indeed, it might be worth noting that much of the British National Party's lovely hierarchy - including Nick Griffin, the leader, and John Walker, the treasurer - live in various parts of the principality. Could it just be that much of Wales reminds many of us of how the rest of Britain used to be, in simpler, quieter, smaller times?"
40 years ago the NF had suited intelligent business men. They knew what it was to be British, and could quote you chapter and verse this islands history. Great orators and article writers, they were the cream of right wing thinking, and well able to take on any MP in debate. A premier party with a membership that has still been unbeaten by the BNP. Did they ever get news coverage like the above?