Wipeout for the BNP in Barking
The 2010 UK general election will undoubtedly be remembered for its fudged result. But as the main parties began to work through the ramifications of the voters’ equivocal response to the question of who governs at Westminster, there emerged a strong and decisive outcome off-stage in east London, where the BNP was trounced.
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