BNP ‘unlikely’ to fight to replace councillor after resignation

The British National Party has lost its only council seat in Kent after Paul Golding resigned from Sevenoaks District Council.

And it seems likely there will be no attempt to replace him at the upcoming May local elections.

The far-right party sprang a shock when it comfortably won Swanley St Mary’s ward in a 2009 by-election after a Labour councillor resigned.

In doing so he became the first BNP councillor to be elected outside of London.

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