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  1. On the Northeast version of the Politics show, a few weeks ago, a local Labour MP confirmed he had refused to be on the same platform as the BNP rep.

    Since Labour are largely responsible for the growth of BNP voters in the North East and the North West due to their perceived desertion of the working classes and their now being seen as the party for Big Business, then this refusal has further alienated poorer working and middle class voters.

    For good or bad(I think bad) this has sent people over to the BNP because they feel the BNP are more in touch with them.

    I think also the new corruption amongst MEPs will fuel that anti maistream politics feelings that is going around.

    Though I do not want to see it, I feel there is a strong chance of one or more MEPs being elected for the BNP and it is entirely the fault of New Labour’s lining their pocket and ignoring their baseline Voters.

    Mainstream politicians seem not to be aware of how their seemingly corrupt antics are playing with the people who elect them.

    Well they are angry, and feel disenfranchised and the BNP have responded in a way which has made ordinary people feel listened to in a way the main parties have collectively failed to respond.

    History is cyclical and society is moving towards protectionism and insularity.

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