When I first clicked on it I thought it would be another ranting, 'they're all racists and nazis' hysterical BBC article. However I find it quite level headed and it makes a point which I feel is very valid - Many in the UK agree with many of the BNP's policies, yet won't ever vote for them because of stigma, baggage and the 'we Brits don't do extremism' view. Not to mention the whole media, especially the BBC are massively anti-BNP. I'm just putting it out there. For example the readers comments below the article seem to be split 50/50, those ranting about 'Nazis' and those complaining of too much immigration, losing our culture (you would think, ideal BNP supporters). I know people who have openly made fun of the BNP yet pretty much agree with their core ideals - British Nationalism, anti-immigration, hatred of political correctness etc BBC News - Viewpoint: What are BNP supporters really like?