February 26, 2008

File on Four on the BNP's dodgy finances: transcript now available for download

For those who missed it, Radio Four's File on Four programme, broadcast on February 12th was well worth a listen, producing such delights as
  • Possible donation fraud via the BNP-run Civil Liberty
  • Potential PAYE fraud with Sadie Graham, Kenny Smith et al
  • Dodgy unreceipted transactions
  • Lies from the BNP's treasurer John Walker
  • Shredded documents
If you never got the opportunity to listen to the programme there is now a transcript available here (as a 57KB pdf file). Our report on the programme is here.

9 comments:

Sparslave said...

The transcripts interesting though it took me a moment to realise what 'actuality at meeting' meant.

Mr Fishley said...

Very interesting, and an excellent article from lancaster Unity too.

Armand said...

It was better hearing the prog itself. You could at least hear John Walker's feeble attempts to lie his way out of trouble by falsely claiming the shredded items were printouts. If some kind of legal investigation doesn't follow from this, I'll be forced to admit theres something in all the "Nick Griffin is State controlled" rumours.

Anonymous said...

Not to worry they will just sack a couple of people and blame them for all the parties problems, thats what they are doing now and the mug members are buying it. All Hail Walker and Hannam, the best money men on the market.

Has anyone heard about the alledged slapping that Hannam dishes out to his wife on a regular basis..... the regulars in the Duke Of Cumberland pub in North Ferriby know whats going on.

Anonymous said...

Brilliant just what i needed. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

"Has anyone heard about the alledged slapping that Hannam dishes out to his wife on a regular basis..... the regulars in the Duke Of Cumberland pub in North Ferriby know whats going on."

Not very likely she could fight back, either. She's old enough to be his mother.

Nark Cottics said...

The term "untouchables" refers not just to Eliot Ness from the prohibition era, but a latterday agent of the secret security forces, mister cyclops.

Just a shame that the bullshit about the Princess Diana MI5 business appeared on the papers, as any rumours about state control can now be much easier be poo-pooed following the Diana inquest.

STATE CONTROL???

DIANA'S ACCIDENT - NO
GRIFFIN - MOST CERTAINLY YES.

Doctor Know said...

Wife-beating is a byword of BNP members, and not a serious offence in the eyes of the law (re: burnley), provided you can show your bnp badge to the constables at the time of investigation.

Anybody else might get jailed, so, if you're mispgenic, violent, and a serial drunkard, your british nazi party badge is an insurance against getting jailed.

Even the Robert Cottage trial was watered down thanks to the accused (who had the biggest amount of chemical weapons ever found in the UK) being BNP members.

Nick Griffin has always been the first to admit that the party has "friends in high places".

Forget the freemasons. The BNP is today's "state-approved" secret society.

Anonymous said...

I am sure that during the period in question Dr Lee Barnes LLB Phd MBA would have put in huge expense claims for his anti-schizophrenia medication-but then again aren't prescriptions supposed to be free on the dole? And what about Sharon Ebanks, Big Beverley whatshername and mrs Lecomber putting in claims for size 26 knickers with reinforced incontinence gussets from Evans Outsizes? No doubt the receipts were shredded.