"I think the link between alienation and the BNP, to me, comes from the Mail, Express, Telegraph and Murdochs grubby paws.
BNP and non-BNP people that i've talked to believe that the British are strangers in our own land, that we're down trodden and at the back of every queue due to political correctness, liberal elite etc. etc. you know the lines.
They see the BNP as cutting through this, and so are drawn to them. The BNP do have other policies, which tend to be populist and non-liberal. Some say they are far left, some say far right so it's probably fair to say that they're somewhere at that end of the doughnut.
Lots of people sympathetic to the BNP were carping about how Griffin wasn't allowed to talk about their wider policies on Question Time."