A war of words has broken out between the far-right wing English Defence League (EDL) and the neo-nazi British National Party (BNP) over which of the anti-immigration organisations has the biggest and thickest members.
A spokesperson for the EDL sparked the controversy after claiming on a local news station that he had noticed a lot of big members in the EDL and most of the ones he had been in contact with were extraordinarily thick.
However, in a statement to the press, a spokesperson for the BNP refuted the accusations:
We might have smaller members but ours are much harder.
And in what political experts say is an intense battle for the hearts and minds of far-right voters before next year’s European elections, the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) issued a statement saying they were confident that voters would notice their politicians’ bollocks were considerably bigger and fuller than any other party on the right.
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