Nick Griffin of the BNP used the terms “Christian” and “Britain” three times in his recent appearance on Question Time. In none of those references did he give “Christian” or “Christianity” any content whatsoever. We must not allow the BNP to hijack the association of “Christian” with “Britain” for its own quite unChristian agenda. At the time of the European elections, earlier this year, I wrote in one of our national newspapers, pointing out that the BNP was misusing Christian slogans and symbols, as well as misquoting the Bible. My response to the BNP’s cynical use of the popular Christian expression “What would Jesus do?” was that, whatever he might do, he certainly would not vote for the BNP and neither should any Christian.