Thomas Frank Holmes (born 1931) was the chairman of the far-right British political party, the National Front and a long-standing member of the movement. He has been involved in nationalist politics since 1958.
Holmes is a strong supporter of European nationalism and has stated, "I have contacts with people all over Europe: Austria, Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Greece, Serbia, but none of these are official contacts, we have unofficial contacts, yes, we support any European nationalist party." He has also been highly critical of the British National Party, claiming that it is no longer truly white nationalist and condemning it for having a Sikh columnist in the party's newspaper.
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