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BNP faces friday accounts deadline

Electoral Commission awaits more information on inadequate accounts

The BNP faces a Friday deadline to provide additional information to the
Electoral Commission after the body ruled the party’s accounts were inadequate.

Failure to comply could result in prosecution, according to
The
Times
.

The BNP has already been fined for filing the accounts six months late in
December last year, but the current issues stems from declarations on the
party’s election spending. The party is reported to have made claims that it
spent up to half a million pounds on the European elections, but the accounts
reveal a much lower figure of £282,843.

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15
BNP members call themselves accountants

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