Kevin Alistair Bryan is a British politician and chairman of the British National Front since April 2017, a position he previously held between 2013 and 2015. He was deputy chairman, under Ian Edward, a far-right political party for whites only. He describes himself as "a racial nationalist".
Bryan was previously a member of the British National Party for whom he contested local elections. He was that party's organiser in Newark-on-Trent and in Rochdale. Following a period of disagreement with the policies of the BNP's leader, Nick Griffin, he left the party in 2010 and joined the National Front, and become its deputy chairman a few months later.
He has been a candidate for the NF in national and local elections in the Rossendale area.
General elections contested
|Date of election||Constituency||Party||Votes||%|
|2010||Rossendale and Darwen||NF||1,062||2.3|
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- Rossendale Borough Council, "Election Results for Irwell Ward", 3 May 2012
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