What happened to Kilroy?
The show was taken off the air in 2004 after Kilroy made allegedly racist remarks. The BBC cancelled the show, stating that his views were a threat to the network’s impartiality. Kilroy claimed afterwards on the BBC’s Question Time that he had been under a six-month investigation when this happened.
What is the name of the political party launched by Robert Kilroy-Silk in 2005?
Veritas (Latin: truth) was a political party in the United Kingdom, formed in 2005 by Robert Kilroy-Silk following a split from the UK Independence Party (UKIP). Kilroy-Silk served as party leader through the 2005 General Election.
Which party did Robert Kilroy-Silk represent?
|Born||19 May 1942 Birmingham, Warwickshire, England|
|Other political affiliations||Labour (1974–1986) UKIP (2004–05) Veritas (2005)|
How many members do the English Democrats have?
|The English Democrats|
|Ideology||English nationalism English independence English parliamentary devolution Euroscepticism|
|Political position||Right-wing to far-right|
|National affiliation||Alliance for Democracy|
What do party members do?
Political parties usually include a party leader, who has primary responsibility for the activities of the party; party executives, who may select the leader and who perform administrative and organizational tasks; and party members, who may volunteer to help the party, donate money to it, and vote for its candidates.
How many Labour members are there?
|Party||Total current membership||Registered supporters (if applicable)|
|Liberal Democrats||98,247||17,102 (as of September 2019)|