As police forces scour the leaked BNP membership list to weed out serving officers, the Home Office will publish proposals next week for elections to police authorities in which the far-right party is confident of winning seats.
Note Sir Jeremy Beechams (leader of the Labour councillors stasi) saying
"Sir Jeremy Beecham, the leader of Labour’s 5,000 local councillors, told The Times that the prospect of extremists influencing policing was chilling. He said: “People will run on ‘fear of crime’ tickets – the process is open to populism. The BNP is one concern but there will be other single-issue groups running on platforms that exaggerate crime and fear. These elections would inevitably attract lower turnouts and less attention, making the electoral test much easier for the BNP and their ilk.”
And just 'who is their ilk ' Mr. Beecham you mean anyone elected by the public who is not a member of the corrupt 2 party system??
when he uses the term 'the process is open to populism' that really gives his motives away!