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article imageEDL co-founder, Kevin Carroll made British Freedom Party Chairman

By Richard Milnes     Jan 3, 2013 in Politics
The British Freedom Party has announced that EDL co-founder, Kevin Carroll has been appointed as Chairman of the party. Current Chairman Paul Weston will step down to focus on writing a book about the dire state of Britain.
On 3 January, the BFP announced on its website that the Deputy Chairman had stepped up to the role of party Chairman.
Outgoing Chairman Paul Weston explained the reason for his resignation saying, “It is with great sadness I must announce my resignation as Chairman of British Freedom. I am writing a book about the current dire state of Britain, which is going to take up the majority of my time over the coming months, and I feel it would be better for British Freedom to be led by someone who can devote more time to the party.”
He went on to commend Kevin Carroll. “Kevin Carroll will now take over the Chairman’s role and he does so with my full support. Kev is an incredibly brave man who wears his heart on his sleeve. I am convinced his leadership will contribute to the ever-growing membership and media presence of British Freedom.”
He also praised Kevin Carroll for achieving the BFP’s best ever election result in the Bedfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) election, which took place on 15 November 2012.
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