[This concludes PP/eGov's 85 questions that the BNP need to answer, but are still refusing to do so- Rumbold's note]
Religious impact of a BNP government
74. During an interview on Sky News with Adam Boulton in June 2009 shortly after the relevant elections, Nick Griffin clearly stated that he would use the current Saudi Arabian policy on non-Islamic places of worship as a guideline for official policies towards non-Christian places of worship under a BNP government, thereby effectively turning Britain into a Christian version of Saudi Arabia. Therefore, upon the election of a BNP government, will it be legal to build new non-Christian places of worship?
75. Will it be legal to maintain existing non-Christian places of worship or will they be a) allowed to fall into disrepair or b) destroyed?
76. What will be the official BNP policy towards non-Christian white/Caucasian British citizens who have adopted other religions (eg. Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism, Islam or any others) or are the children of such individuals?
77. Will the individuals described in point 76 be â€œencouragedâ€ to re-convert to Christianity or will they be subject to either voluntary or compulsory repatriation?
78. If the answer to the first question in 77 is â€œYesâ€, exactly what measures will be taken by relevant authorities under a BNP government to â€œencourageâ€ non-Christian white/Caucasian British citizens to re-convert to Christianity?
79. What will be the official BNP policy towards Christian, agnostic or atheist white/Caucasian British citizens who wish to convert to a non-Christian religion â€“ will this be explicitly prohibited or â€œdiscouragedâ€?
80. Exactly what measures will be taken by relevant authorities under a BNP government to â€œdiscourageâ€ conversion to non-Christian religions amongst the individuals described in point 79?
81. Under a BNP government, exactly what will be the punishment for apostasy amongst Christian white/Caucasian British citizens?
82. What will be the response of a BNP government if the execution of any of these policies in the name of Christianity is objected to by Queen Elizabeth II or (upon her death) her successor in her/his formal capacity of Head of the Church of England and Defender of the Faith?
83. What will be the response of a BNP government if the execution of any of these policies in the name of Christianity is objected to by any members of the clergy comprising the Church of England?
Sports and athletics
84. What contingency measures does the BNP plan in order to ensure Britainâ€™s continued competitiveness and success in international sporting events if non-white British people are prohibited from representing Britain in these events and/or have been â€œvoluntarily repatriatedâ€?
85. How does the BNP propose to deal with white/Caucasian British sportspeople and athletes currently involved in international sporting events being prohibited by international sports bodies from participating in any future international events upon the election of a BNP government, especially if the sportspeople/athletes concerned do not agree with the BNPâ€™s policies and ideology in this matter?
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