BNP targets sixth forms

16th March 2001 at 00:00
ACTIVISTS for the far-right British National Party have angered teachers by handing out leaflets at their school gates. Pupils from seven secondaries in North Kirklees and Huddersfield were also asked to distribute the promotional material among thir fellow pupils. Nick Griffin, national chairman of the BNP, admitted that sixth-formers in schools were being targeted, but said this was "to allow them to see both sides of the coin and make up their own minds".

International, 16

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