'Absolute nonsense' to say BNP is racist
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General election 2017: BNP policies and party numbers

Britain is "full up" and the British National Party would offer a voluntary repatriation grant to cut numbers.

Chairman Adam Walker was asked about policies and how the party was growing again, since it slumped at the 2015 election, and his past criminal record.

He told Daily Politics presenter Jo Coburn: "We are not racist - it's just a label that has been put on us over the years. It's not racist to oppose mass immigration, it's a numbers game."

The interview is part of a series with parties contesting at least three general election candidates

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