BNP's Nick Griffin greeted with protest in Lanarkshire

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Far-right party leader pelted with eggs as he arrives for radio phone-in.

British National Party leader Nick Griffin has been met with protests as he appeared at a radio station in Hamilton.

The far-right politician was pelted with eggs as he made his way to the station's studios.

Around 40 demonstrators heckled him as he arrived for a morning phone-in on the L107 station less than a week after his controversial appearance on the BBC's Question Time.

L107 programme director Derek McIntyre defended the decision to have the BNP leader on but admitted it was "commercial suicide".
He said: "We have received 50 emails this morning from people withdrawing their support for the station and two or three advertisers have said they are pulling out."

Strathclyde Police said three arrests were made at the protest. continues here

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