Hello, Off-Topic Forum. Maybe someone around here remembers me, but probably not. I posted here somewhat frequently four years ago. It was on these forums that I first became acquainted with the British National Party, there were a few proponents and many knowledgeable detractors. What brings me back here is that for the past several months, I have been researching European radical right parties in conjunction with a professor at my school; we're writing a book. At the eleventh hour, we've decided to add the BNP to our universe of cases (it was initially discarded because Britain's political system is so different from most of the continent). I'm seeking some specific information about the BNP and it's members, some of which may seem anecdotal, but we have our reasons. To get to the point: I was hoping that someone could provide me information on the following: examples of BNP members/sympathizers losing their jobs, friends, or social standing due their political opinions, examples of BNP members/sympathizers facing physical harm or intimidation due to their political opinions, examples of BNP rallies or meetings being protested, broken up, or threatened with violence, examples of BNP members having a hard time scheduling meetings due to such factors, or examples of government/police harassment of the BNP or its members. Alternatively, if you are a BNP member who has never experienced any discrimination due to your political opinions, or a Brit who believes that BNP members don't face such discrimination, I'd also like to hear from you. If you can provide accounts that have been in newspapers (they don't have to have happened to you or anyone you know) I would extra appreciate it. If anyone is curious as to exactly what the research we're doing is, just ask and I'll explain more. Attention flamers, from both the left and the right: this is an empirical study, not a normative one. No questions whatsoever are being asked as to whether or not radical right groups are good or bad, and I won't entertain any such rants. Thanks much!