Expelled union member wins reinstatement

A
British National Party (BNP) candidate has won a victory against the union
which expelled him for his views.

Jay
Lee, 34, a train driver who stood as a candidate in Slade Green last year, was
ordered to leave Aslef after he claimed non-whites and Jews should not be
allowed to live in Britain.

After
taking his bid to the European Court of Human Rights, an employment tribunal
determined he should be reinstated.

Andrew
Murray from Aslef said: “We are taking the case to the Employment Appeals
Tribunal and I believe we will be successful there.”

By Michael Millar

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