Talk:Animal Protection Party

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Two previous deletion discussions failed to properly address notability requirements. Both arguments consisted of asserting the party was notable because it had stood candidates and a Google News search was pointed to, but no actual coverage was found. There's none only one local news piece in the article. The relevant guideline is Wikipedia:Notability (organizations and companies), which notes there is no "inherent notability" - meaning existing and standing in elections is not sufficient. In short, the requirement is to find multiple examples of detailed coverage in reliable sources that are independent of the party. Fences&Windows 10:21, 15 April 2017 (UTC)

Update: they were deregistered in November. Holliman is still running a charity called The Animal Protection and Woodland Organisation, with charity shops in Kent.[1] Fences&Windows 11:09, 15 April 2017 (UTC)