The Albion Life website makes interesting reading. Instead of the usual exhortations to consider the security and peace of mind you will have by buying life insurance, it complains about 'A series of policy failures by Conservative and Labour governments...' which it claims could see the 'traditional' nuclear family replaced by single parents and the nanny state, existing regulations replaced by 'diktat' from the EU and the loss of jobs to migrant workers. As if this isn't enough to convince anyone considering buying a life insurance policy to buy it from the BNP, it takes a swipe at Islam, claiming that there's 'a bid to create a Islamic State on our soil' and that native Britons will become a minority by 2050.
Quite what any of this has to do with the need for life insurance isn't made clear - except that by taking out a policy you'll be handing money over to the BNP and the profits (or perhaps the premiums; that point isn't made clear) can help the 'political campaigning work of the British National Party'. If you're very old or very ill, you can forget it - unlike many other insurance companies they specifically exclude you.
Just in case you're insane and intended to take out a policy just to make the BNP rich when you pop off, they very kindly remind you that; 'You are under no obligation to name the British National Party as a beneficiary and are completely free to name any individual or entity as a beneficiary, such as a favourite charity or organisation.' So kind.
This bizarre website smacks of some kind of weird joke quite apart from the irrelevant prosletyzing but the truth of the site is made clear on the 'Who we are' page. The officers of Albion Life are members of the British National Party and Albion Life itself is nothing but an introduction service to an insurance broker with, no doubt, the BNP skimming off a commission.
The BNP appears to be suffering something of an identity crisis. It's been all kinds of things in its time - a political party, a church, a record company and now it's a life insurance company. What next?
Do yourself a favour. If you're planning to take out life insurance, be sensible and go to any High Street broker. They'll get you the best deal possible without slagging off single parents or talking crap about Islam. And the BNP won't get a penny!