A meeting was held in London Last night to discuss the forthcoming leadership challenge. The meeting was attended by twenty one invited activists from London and the South East of England.
Three of those attending threw their hats into the ring as the possible challenger. The member chosen to be the challenger and his deputy will not be named until June for fear that they will be suspended or expelled for daring to take on Mr Griffin. A number of other issues were discussed, including one member who has decided to challenge Mr Griffin in the courts for the illegal decisions made in his name.
A fund was immediately started to assist the member with his legal costs.
Serious concerns were also expressed with regard to individuals Mr Griffin has chosen to surround himself with. Some have sexual perversions whilst others have been arrested for serious criminal offences. The national press are having a field day.
The other serious concern related to the fact that more and more members of Solidarity, some of whom are not even members of the British National Party, have been promoted to senior positions in the party and it is feared that Mr Griffin is working to some sort of agenda.
A speaker informed the meeting that other meetings are being held all over the North of England with the express purpose of removing Mr Griffin from his position as Chairman of the party because of his bizarre behaviour and refusal to answer questions relating to the many allegations of financial irregularities that are being posted on various websites. The meeting ended with a glorious buffet laid on by one of the members and a feeling that the British National Party can still be saved, but only with the removal of Mr Griffin and his band of ne'er do wells.