THE BNP has been caught banning non-white people from a party meeting on the day the far-Right group was forced to give black and Asian people membership. Richard Barnbrook, the BNPs repre- sentative on the London Assembly, and Bob Bailey, the partys London organiser, were filmed stop- ping 10 non-whites entering a meeting in the Eastbrook pub in Dagenham. The meeting was on 15 October, the day the party was forced to change its con- stitution to allow non-white people to join. The emergence of the foot- age, shot by Heydon Prowse, editor of Dont Panic maga- zine, will come as a embar- rassment to BNP leader Nick Griffin hours ahead of his appearance on BBC Question Time tonight. In the film, Mr Barnbrook, a Barking and Dagenham councillor, is seen telling a group of mixed race African and Asian campaigners that the meeting is pri- vate before the group is told to leave. One of the campaigners, a white Swedish woman and the only non-Briton in the group, was told she could stay. The film shows the campaigners, who had worn Nick Griffin T-shirts and were carrying British passports, being abused outside the meetings venue by a BNP member who says, we dont want people like you. Mr Barnbrook claims to be delighted by the deci- sion to allow non-whites despite denying the group entry to the meeting. In the footage he says: Its a pri- vate meeting. Im afraid the meeting inside here is closed. Were finishing. After the group is barred, a party member confronts the group, saying: I dont want you in my party and it is up to us whether we decide to let you people in -- people that aint like us. You can belong to anything you like, but we dont want you. You are not white British. London Lite Thursday, 22 October 2009 THE Government will propose today that small venues such as pubs and wine bars can put on live music without a licence. It means venues with a 100-person capacity or under will be able to put on music for free if the proposal gets the go- ahead. The Licensing Act 2003 states that every venue must have a music licence despite claims that it is expensive and over-complicated. Critics say the change in the Governments stance does not go far enough and is still damaging business for small music venues. The proposed exemption will not include venues with DJs. Anti-fAscist protesters today leafleted BBc staff ahead of BnP leader nick Griffins appearance on Question time. As security staff put up barriers outside television centre in White city, Unite Against fascism asked BBc staff to oppose the debate. the group is expecting several thousand demonstrators to protest tonight. former London mayor Ken Livingstone predicted Mr Griffins appearance would spark racist attacks on blacks and Asians and said the BBc would have to take moral responsibility for any violence. But BBc director-general Mark thompson warned he would not cave in to censorship. by Kevin Widdop Messageboard: page 10 Question Time: Nick Griffin Macca lets it be at The O2 arena SIR PAUL McCartney is to play his only British gig of the year with a festive spectacular at The O2 arena. The 22 December gig will be his first public appearance at the venue and is his first London arena show in six-and-a-half years. Google to show Twitter updates GOOGLE will show Twitter tweets at the bottom of search pages to allow customers to access more up-to-date information. For example, anyone searching for snow conditions at a ski resort will see tweets from users who are there. TOp far-riGhT Officials secreTly filMed aT lOndOn venue ProtestsstartatBBC QuestionTimestudio non-whites barred from meeting by Bnp bosses pubsmayescapemusicfee Locked out: Richard Barnbrook stopping non- whites entering the meeting H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html