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BNP leader Nick Griffin was convicted of distributing material likely to incite racial hatred, for which he received a suspended prison sentence in 1998. In 2005, he was acquitted of separate charges of inciting racial hatred. He has been criticised for many of his comments on political, social, ethical and religious matters, though since becoming leader of the BNP he has sought to distance himself from some of his previous-held positions, which include Holocaust denial. In recent years, where Griffin has been invited to participate in public debates or political discussions, the events have been proven controversial, and have often resulted in protests and cancellations. In the 2010 general election he failed to become a member of Parliament polling 6,620 votes in Barking (mad), finishing in third place. Subsequently, on 23 May 2010, Griffin announced that by 2013 he would stand down as leader, to focus on his European Parliament election campaign. Let's hope he does.