Members from County Durham British National Party were out on the icy streets of Spennymoor this week, telling the town’s old folk the truth about the asylum seeker energy bill scandal that is taking place in our country.
Activists delivered 500 of the Party’s ‘Heating Scandal’ leaflets to elderly residents across the town, along with 500 copies of the latest Voice of Freedom newspaper, which carries the full story on its front page.
The leaflet explains how asylum seekers in Britain got £210 to pay for their energy bills over a short period last Christmas, whereas our British pensioners get just £200 all year.
British National Party National Organiser Adam Walker stressed the importance of activists getting the truth out to our elderly folk while the cold winter weather is still forcing people to heat or eat.
He said: ‘The elderly in this area traditionally tend to be Labour postal voters, so this literature is doubly effective: it tells people about the good work we’re doing as well as how they’ve been abandoned by Labour.’
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