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Should the BNP leader, Nick Griffin, be arrested?

He's being investigated by police this morning - after he posted messages on Twitter apparently encouraging people to protest outside the home of a gay couple who successfully sued the owner of a B&B for discrimination.

Gay and human rights campaigners want the police to take action. Speaking to us on 5 live Breakfast this morning, Mr Griffin said he was speaking up for what he called 'the ordinary people of Britain'

You may not agree with what he says - but should he have the right to say it?

Is he covered by the argument of free speech - or is this going too far?

Should the BNP leader, Nick Griffin, be arrested?

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Fri 19 Oct 2012 09:00

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