Definition of the British National Party from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


the British National Party

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(abbreviation the BNP)
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a small, extreme right-wing British political party that was formed in 1982. Its members are mostly white people who have a strong fear or dislike of other races. It has no Members of Parliament, but in 2004 had 17 members elected as local councillors in England.

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