BNP leader Nick Griffin says discrimination is a right

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The BNP leader has defended tweeting the address of a gay couple who sued a bed and breakfast owner for refusing them a room.

Police are investigating Nick Griffin's tweets, which appeared to call for a demonstration to be held outside John Morgan and Michael Black's home.

Mr Griffin told BBC Radio 5 liveBreakfast that discrimination is a fundamental human right.

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