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Clerics give BNP no quarter

by Ed Beavan

THE Archbishop of York, Dr Sentamu, has declined to respond to criticism by the deputy leader of the far-right British National Party (BNP), Simon Darby.

On his blog, Mr Darby wrote: “If I went to a Ugandan village and called people there genetic mongrels who had no right to their Ugandan identity, I’d be picking out spears for days, and rightly so.

“As if the responsibilities of being the Archbishop of York were not enough, the ambitious African has apparently used ...

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