Tom Holmes (politician)

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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.[1] He has been involved in nationalist politics since 1958.[2]

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."[3] 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.

General elections contested[edit]

Date of election Constituency Party Votes %
1979 Yarmouth NF 640 1.2
2001 North Thanet NF 395 0.9
2005 Halifax NF 191 0.5