Buckingham Palace flunkeys turn out to be BNP membersNovember 20th, 2008 - 2:38 pm ICT by ANI
London, Nov.20 (ANI): Buckingham Palace officials have been put in a spot after it emerged that a store man and a retired porter of the palace were members of the British National Party (BNP).
Paul Murray, 52, and a retired palace porter are both on the list of 12,000 secret members of the BNP, reports The Sun.
Many others exposed on the register hold responsible, respectable jobs. They include cops, soldiers, doctors, prison officers and even vicars. Some of the jobs ban them from being BNP members.
Last night police officers and prison staff on the register faced the sack. Teachers and public service officers are likely to face disciplinary action.
A Palace spokesman said Murray would not lose his job. The retired servant, who cannot be identified, was exposed as a BNP activist. (ANI)
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