Further to my earlier post “Are the BNP Masochists?”, the good folk of the “BNP News team” have helpfully provided the answer: Yes. They are.
They read here that their grasp of employment jargon is so fleeting that they couldn't actually grasp what “Pro Rata” means (Def: “In Proportion” or “Proportionately”) and had claimed that a 10 hour a week job paying £19,500 pounds per annum (Def: “for a year”) pro rata worked out at the princely sum (Def: “the whole amount, quantity or number”) of £37.50 per hour (Def: “for an hour”).
So. Being brave and honest and ever ready to admit a mistake and make good, they duly amended (Def: “changed”) the story.
And got it wrong again.
They're now claiming that the 10-hour job pays £19.500 per year. (Screen Shot below.)
Idiots (Def: “BNP News Team”).