From today's Guardian there are some intriguing comments by the BNP's most senior elected politician, Councillor Richard Barnbrook, leader of the opposition on Barking and Dagenham Council:
Mr Barnbrook, returning to the subject of Clarke, said she had his full backing and that he did not object to her relationship with Cuban-Chinese dancer Yat-Sen Chang. "She's not racist - she's going out with someone who is not of her own race," he said. But he said, he hoped the couple would not have children.
"I'm not opposed to mixed marriages but their children are washing out the identity of this country's indigenous people," he explained, quickly adding: "That's my view, it's not the party's view."
Run that by me again?
...he hoped the couple would not have children.
Ah. I see. You join a political party and are welcomed by the party's most senior elected politician telling the press that he hopes you do not have children with your partner.
Update 15/1: Simone Clarke and Yat-Sen Chang already have an off-spring. This was mentioned in an interview in Ballet magazine.