Click on image to see it full-sizeWhat a great week it's been for us here at Lancaster Unity with nearly all original, reader-generated articles and a good many comments too. We have another couple of Iliacus articles on the BNP's accounts to go yet, to round off the excellent and comprehensive series that has been produced so far.
In the background, the BNP is quietly and repeatedly shooting itself in the foot as it prepares for its worst-ever Red, White and Blue booze-fest - though no booze is allowed to be sold on site this year, thanks to the denial of the appropriate licence by a more sensible than usual local authority. This should ease the on-site tension, enabling the BNP to avoid the usual fights (which last year involved Mark Collett and led directly to the resignations of former deputy-leader Scott McLean and the party's bright new hope Andrew Spence). Still, though the RWB doesn't have booze this year, it does have traditional English food like, as Simon Darby tells us, panini. Er, yes.
We thought we'd round off the week with style and another reader contribution. The picture above was sent to us by - well, we'd best call him 'Anon' - who thought we might be interested in the fate of the BNP's Truth Trawler. Apologies for the alliteration (I know it's not really a trawler) but it fits in nicely with the current £30,000 appeal for the Truth Truck and the up and coming £12m appeal for the Truth Train. Thanks, Anon. :-)