Tuesday, 2 June 2009

BNP’s London Euro candidate arrested for drunken driving

A British National Party candidate for this week’s European elections is to appear in court over drink driving. Robert Bailey, 43, who hopes to represent London, was stopped by police in his car in Romford, Essex.

He allegedly twice refused to give a breath test and was arrested. He also refused tests at the police station. Mr Bailey, who is the far-Right party’s London organiser, has also been charged with driving with no insurance.