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Published on Nov 15, 2009
British National Party leaders have voted overwhelmingly to ballot members on changing its constitution to allow non-indigionous members to join. Leader Nick Griffin said he welcomed the change, which the party had been "moving towards" for years. Mr Griffin said: "We will ensure the new constitution still makes sure that the party is there primarily to represent the interests of the indigenous people of these islands who have been grotesquely discriminated against by the other parties now for decades.