BNP General Election Manifesto

The British National Party have launched their manifesto which they hope will win votes from the three main parties. Here are its key points.An end to immigration from Muslim nations and encouragement for some UK residents to return to "their lands of ethnic origin" are among the British National Party's proposals.However, leader Nick Griffin insisted at their manifesto launch in Stoke - where the party is hoping to gain its first seat - that immigration was just one aspect of the party's campaign.The 94-page document includes pledges to bring back British troops from Afghanistan immediately, leave the European Union and abolish quangos, including the regional development agencies.It also proposes to reallocate funds from the foreign aid budget to increase spending on frontline NHS services.