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Britannica Party

Britannica is a British National Party's Glasgow branch. It was first registered in August 2011. It stood 4 candidates at the Glasgow City Council election, 2012.[2] The candidates received a total of 73 votes.

The party has, in addition, stood at the following 3 council by-elections in Glasgow:

  • Govan, 10 October 2013, 19 votes.

It registered with the Electoral Commission as campaigning for a "No" vote in the Scottish independence referendum, 2014.[4][3] The party was condemned by antifascists following an incident in which a woman was allegedly assaulted by a Britannica Party member in Glasgow city centre.[5]

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  4. ^ Register of permitted participants at the referendum on independence for Scotland, Electoral Commission.
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