We've known for years that people vote BNP to give the opposition a bloody nose, but how do we change it?
Britain’s third party is the first to offer tax cuts in its fight to get noticed
“I’M TORN between you and the British National Party,” a Liberal Democrat activist was told by a voter during a recent election campaign. The voter did not think the party of greenery and civil libertarianism had much in common with the far-right sect; she just wanted to cast a protest vote against Labour and the Conservatives. It was precisely to help the Lib Dems make the leap from a receptacle for disaffection to a serious force in its own right that Nick Clegg, whose first party conference as leader began on September 13th, was elected last year.