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English Defence League membership list stolen

The personal details of English Defence League supporters have been stolen in a hacking attack on its website, it was reported today. The far-right group's leadership emailed members in recent days to warn them of the breach, the Daily Telegraph reports. "As you may have become aware the English Defence League clothing site …
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Marmite sends in the lawyers against BNP

The maker of Marmite has launched legal action against the British National Party for using the brand in an election video. Global omnicorp Unilever was unimpressed by a YouTube clip that prominently featured a jar of its celebrated yeast extract alongside a standard loony tirade by BNP leader Nick Griffin. The firm today …
Team Register, 22 Apr 2010
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Wikileaks publishes BNP 'member list' (again)

Updated The BNP's "membership list" has been leaked for the second time in a year, it's claimed today. Wikileaks has posted an Excel spreadsheet containing just over 16,000 identities, including many addresses and phone numbers. The list is dated up to April 15 this year. The BNP said it had not yet confirmed whether the list was …
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Dole bludger fined for BNP leak

A man has been fined £200, for data protection offences relating to publishing the British National Party's membership list last year. Mathew Single, 37, of Church Lane, Brinsley, Nottinghamshire was fined by Nottingham magistrates after he admitted disclosing data without consent. Charges against his wife, 30-year old Sadi …
John Oates, 1 Sep 2009
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Pair charged with BNP list breach

Two people have today been charged with offences under the Data Protection Act for leaking the BNP's membership list last year. The pair will appear before magistrates in Nottingham on 1 September, following a joint investigation by Dyfed-Powys Police and the Information Commissioner's Office. They were arrested in December …
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BNP pleads for cash after reported DDoS assault

Updated The website of the British National Party is back online following a reported distributed denial of service attack over the weekend. Nick Griffin, leader of the far-right political party, is appealing for £5,000 urgently to purchase hardware and servers to keep the site online in the run-up to the European and local elections …
John Leyden, 27 May 2009
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Polish Spitfire shoots down BNP

The British National Party has pulled off a bit of a blinder by fronting an anti-immigration campaign with a poster featuring a Spitfire belonging to 303 Squadron of the RAF - the "most effective Polish squadron during the Second World War", as the Telegraph puts it. The BNP poster showing Polish Spitfire A spokesperson at …
Lester Haines, 4 Mar 2009
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Pair arrested over leaked BNP list

Welsh police have arrested two Nottinghamshire people over last month's leak of the BNP membership list to the internet. According to The Guardian, the police said the pair were held in connection with alleged offenses under the UK Data Protection Act. "We can confirm that last night Nottinghamshire police arrested two people …
Cade Metz, 5 Dec 2008
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Business ISP blunders on BNP list

Zen Internet has apologised for including a link in its latest newsletter to a website hosting a "find your nearest BNP member" search box. The business ISP sent its members the newsletter yesterday with a link to a Google maps mashup which allowed you to search for the nearest BNP member to a specific postcode. Although not …
John Oates, 3 Dec 2008
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BNP membership list leaks online

The British National Party has lost its membership list - the whole thing has been published online. The list includes names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of all members up to September 2008. It also includes some people's ages, especially those under 18 - the BNP offers family membership for £40. Many entries …
John Oates, 18 Nov 2008
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Davis faces North Korean victory margin in civil liberty vote

David Davis’ one man campaign to halt the UK’s drift into Big Brotherdom took a dive today as it emerged that the biggest brother of them all will not now campaign against him in a by-election. Former Sun editor Kelvin is not expected to stand in the Haltemprice and Howden by-election which Davis triggered in protest at the …
Joe Fay, 16 Jun 2008

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