Sunday, 29 April 2012

Carlos Cortiglia on BBC

BNP candidate Carlos Cortiglia, who is originally from Uruguay, told the BBC's Daily Politics that immigrants "who are legally entitled to be in this country" were "not the issue" for the British National Party.

He said illegal immigration and bogus asylum seekers were the party's "bone of contention" - despite its 2010 general election manifesto pledge to campaign against "the immigration invasion of our country".

Mr Cortiglia also said the BNP "has to change" and "stop talking about 1930s ideas".

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