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What do you want to ask Nick Griffin?


The leader of the British National Party took questions from listeners about his policies and the upcoming election.

Many of you got in touch.

The comments below are archived from 5 live Connect which runs live between 9-10am during the Breakfast Phone-in each weekday morning. Find out more about 5 live Connect here.

You can download the Breakfast Phone-in podcast here.

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