Richard Edmonds

Richard Edmonds

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Richard Edmonds (born in Hounslow, 1943) is a veteran on the British far right, former Deputy Chairman and National Organiser of the British National Party, he was a long-term supporter of John Tyndall.


Edmonds was born in wartime Hounslow, London and holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering. He began his political career as a member of the National Front, where he held a number of positions during Tyndall's leadership. In the October 1974 general election he was NF candidate at Deptford, polling 1731 votes (4.5%). At this time, he was employed as a maths teacher at Tulse Hill, a school which contained many black pupils. His election address said, "To young immigrants, Richard Edmonds says that they should study to the best of their abilities, for their duty and future lie in helping their compatriots to build up their own countries".

He followed Tyndall into the New National Front in 1980 and was appointed head of the youth section, editing Young Nationalist magazine.

Edmonds continued to hold influential positions within the newly-formed British National Party, rising to deputy leader and effective caretaker leader for a spell in 1986 whilst Tyndall was serving a prison sentence for incitement to racial hatred. He also took a role in funding the party, notably in 1989 when he provided some of the money for the purchase of a new party headquarters in...
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