|British Nationalist Party|
|House of Commons|
The British Nationalist Party (shortened to BNP) was one of the founding members of the MHoC. However, over time many of their members were banned from TSR for serious rule breaking and their activity dropped. The party was eventually deleted due to inactivity. Although there have been attempts since then to reform the BNP, these have not only struggled to achieve the required numbers but also been met with opposition by many other MHoC members, making such an event unlikely.
The British Nationalist Party stood in the first 3 General Elections, with its best performance coming in the November 2005 General Election where it won 3 seats.
This table shows how the BNP performed in General Elections before its closure in January 2006:
|Election||Votes||Vote %||Rank||Seats||Change in Seats||Outcome of Election|
|May 2005||N/A||32.66%||8th||N/A||Liberal Democrat Minority|
|November 2005||N/A||17.47%||7th||3||Liberal Democrat Minority|
|May 2006||11||21.97%||8th||2||Conservative-Monster Raving Loony Coalition|
Miles was the first and last Leader of the BNP.
|Leader||Took office||Left office|
|Miles||May 2005||January 2006|