BNP newspapers seized at Dover port

Contributed by editor on Sep 12, 2005 - 11:14 AM


All sixty thousand copies of this month's edition of the British National Party newspaper were seized yesterday (11 September) by police in Dover.

A Police spokesman said they were seized so they can see whether any criminal offences have been committed.

The newspapers, in a lorry from Slovakia was stopped by HM Customs and Police. It was o­n its way from the Slovak Republic, where it is printed to the distribution Centre in Leeds. The two Slovak drivers were interviewed by officials but later released.

The BNP have now published the edition o­n its website.

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It has been announced that police are to hand back copies of the newspaper but sample copies have been kept for an inquiry.