Mr Parker told the Recorder: "He was perfectly civil but he was obviously agitated. He seemed to be saying our students were in danger.The warning was issued over a 'Love Music, Hate Racism' shindig at the college. Naturally, rent-a-quote lefties were quick to jump on the publicity bandwagon offered by the 'Recorder':
"As he left he said 'you have been warned', which sort of stuck it my mind. I thought it was a little strange.
Bunny La Roche, of LMHR, said: "We feel the BNP doesn't represent London at all. The reason we have a demo is that there's an absolute anger in London and the country about the fact the BNP have got a seat.Well, except for those who elected them, Bunny. But what do they matter, eh...?
So, where did Councillor Bailey get the idea that there might be trouble at a LMHR event, though not from the BNP...?
Such an idea is nonsensical!