Andrew Brons speaking at the Yorkshire Forum – 23 May 2015
Andrew Brons was one of the two representatives that were elected to The European Parliament for the British National Party. However most of the limelight was taken by his BNP colleague – Nick Griffin. Nevertheless, Brons's intellect and his record for integrity, honesty, fairness and constancy, together with his unswerving firm ideological stance have meant that he is a Nationalist leader that is almost universally respected – even by our ideological opponents. Aged now 68, he first became involved in politics in 1964 aged 17, went onto become a National Front directorate member in 1974, National Front chairman in the 1980's, and was elected to the European Parliament on the BNP ticket in 2009. He is currently President of The British Democratic Party.