The Mirror's Hope not Hate tour visited Nottingham yesterday as it emerged the racist BNP has targeted children in the city.
Our round-Britain bus campaign visited a sports celebration for school pupils in one of the most multi-racial parts of the country. At the same time, staff at a library in the suburb of West Bridgeford discovered BNP activists had planted promotional leaflets - featuring American actors posing as British workers - between the pages of children's books.
Meanwhile police chiefs were furious after postmen stuffed BNP leaflets inside their newsletter before delivering them to homes. A Northants Police spokeswoman said: "Was are an apolitical organisation and we would not want any political leaflets delivered with Home Beat." The Royal Mail said: "Our guidelines state that no materials should be combined with another customer's mailing. If this has happened we apologise."
BNP deputy leader Simon Darby said: "Would the police have complained if it had been the Lib Dems or Labour? I think they are showing their own political bias."
Today the Hope Not Hate bus visits Sheffield city centre (10am) and Barnsley Community Centre (3pm).