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Friday, April 08, 2005

BNP chiefs in court for race hate

Two key British National Party figures are due to appear in court on Thursday charged with race-hate offences.

BNP leader Nick Griffin and founding chairman John Tyndall are both charged with using words or behaviour intended or likely to stir up racial hatred.

They were arrested in December amid an investigation by West Yorkshire Police into the BBC film The Secret Agent.

Mr Griffin, 45, of Welshpool, and Mr Tyndall, 70, of Brighton, will appear at Leeds Magistrates' Court.

Mr Griffin faces four charges and Mr Tyndall faces two charges under section 18 of the Public Order Act 1986.

Mark Collett, a 24-year-old BNP member from Leeds, will appear in court alongside them charged with eight counts of the same offence.

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