UK's BNP changes membership policy
Racist party forced to accept non-whites after months of pressure from legal quarters.
Last Modified: 15 Feb 2010 02:32 GMT

It is the most controversial political party in Britain, known for its anti-immigration views and white-only membership rules.

But that is all about to change for the British National Party (BNP).

Following months of pressure, the BNP has voted to change its constitution to allow non-whites to join.

Rory Challands reports.

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