Former BNP leader Nick Griffin has been expelled from the party for “trying to cause disunity”. The far right politician, who joined the BNP in 1995 and became its leader within four years, was accused of harassing members of the party and its staff.
Here are some other things Griffin, 55, did in that time which did not lead him to be thrown out of the BNP.
1. Being convicted of incitement to cause racial hatred in 1998.