The implosion of the British National Party continued apace last night as Nick Griffin said that he would stand down as leader.
Griffin made the announcement, after a truly dismal set of election results for the BNP.
Announcing his intentions to resign in 2013, Griffin told the BNP Advisory Council:
"By then I would have been leader of the BNP for 15 years and that is long enough...“It will be time to make way for a younger person who does not have any baggage which can be used against the party.”
Griffin said that he would step aside for a candidate who was "a serious contender for power."
So far the only "serous contender" to be suggested is Richard Barnbrook. Yes I mean *that* Richard Barnbrook.
Please, please, let it be so.