BNP man's speech at union is cancelled

April 30, 1999

The Oxford Union has been forced to cancel a debate on racism because of fears about security. Speakers debating "This house believes that racism is inevitable" were to have included John Tyndall, chairman of the British National Party. But police said they would not be able to provide the level of security needed to protect the public without substantial costs, following recent bombs in London.

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