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A Day At The Racists is a timely piece of political theatre about the rise of the BNP, set in the same East London heartland where BNP leader Nick Griffin will stand for parliament in the next General Election.
Pete Case used to be a leading Labour Party organiser in the local car factories. Now he struggles to get by as immigrants take all the jobs, his son Mark can’t get on the housing list and nobody seems to care.
Abandoned and betrayed by New labour, Pete’s rage and despair gradually overcome his longstanding loathing of the BNP.