Former British National Party leader Nick Griffin has issued a statement explaining his ousting as party head, insisting he is staying within the right-wing political party.
On the BNP website, Griffin said:
Rest assured that I am most definitely staying with the British National Party as an active member, and I will be there to offer Adam [Walker] advice and support as and when he needs it...
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