Don't Vote BNP

The Mirror (London, England), May 2, 2007 | Go to article overview

Don't Vote BNP


Dear Readers,

TOMORROW it's the local elections when you have the chance to directly influence the future of your cities, towns and communities by casting your vote.

It is a day for you to have your say. It is also a day when Britain will be put to the test.

Far Right extremists the BNP are fielding a record 881 candidates across England, Scotland and Wales.

These preachers of hate and divisiveness doubled the number of council seats they held at last year's elections.

And now they're at it again.

For the past few weeks the Daily Mirror's Hope Not Hate roadshow has toured the UK celebrating all the strengths of our modern, multi-cultural society. Of course, we all know that Britain isn't perfect and the world has become a more unpredictable place in recent times.

But surely Britain is not a place where groups such as the BNP - a party which believes in racial hatred, a party which believes in highlighting what divides us rather than what unites us - should be allowed to flourish?

These so-called values didn't make Britain great. These hate-mongers have no place in a society based on freedom and fairness, equality and tolerance.

So use your vote tomorrow. But use it to send a message to the BNP and others who wish to undermine this great nation of ours.

Vote for Hope and not Hate.

With best wishes,

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