British People’s Party

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British People’s Party ... The British Peoples Party was a right-wing political party founded in 1939 and led by ex-British Union of Fascists member John Beckett . The party was under the patronage of Lord Tavistock, the heir to the Duke of Bedford. Made up of mostly former members of the BUF, its membership also briefly included Colin Jordan and Harry St John Bridger Philby . The party supported an immediate end to the Second World War, and was vehemently opposed to usury, calling to mind some of the economic policies of Hilaire Belloc. It was disbanded in 1946 due to its association with fascism.

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