Councillor Lewis Allsebrook, who is running for the party in the upcoming European elections, has said he "would revel at causing some havoc" in Brussels. In a series of bizarre outbursts on his many blogs he has also called Church of England readings of the Bible "normally twisted and evil" and claimed that there is "a ring of darkness around Nottingham" that the Labour party would call "Diversity".
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Allsebrook is fourth on the BNP's list of Euro candidates for the East Midlands region and seems highly unlikely to actually get elected. However, he currently serves as a local councillor for the Heanor West ward and has campaigned against such "politically correct" policies as translating council documents into languages such as Urdu and Punjabi using the phrase "When in England, Speak English!" He also strongly backs the deportation of all immigrants deemed to be 'illegal', deportation of any foreign national convicted of a crime, the reviewing of all 'recent' leave to remain in the country, and the end to all immigration.
One local antifascist has said that Allesbrook "should be opposed wherever he stands." Referring to the title of one of Allesbrook's blog posts Antifascist continues "It is not going to be "all White on the night", thankfully, and [Allesbrook] is going to have to get used to it."