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Question 1: The NF's success in the 1973 ________ by-election shocked many when the NF candidate finished third on 16%, and saved his deposit for the only time in NF history.
DudleyWolverhamptonWest BromwichWednesbury

Question 2: The influential ________ branch of the NF also split around this time, leading to the formation of the short lived British Democratic Party.

Question 3: Its purpose was to oppose immigration and multiculturalist policies in Britain, and multinational agreements such as the United Nations or the ________ as replacements for negotiated bilateral agreements between nations.
Non-Aligned MovementAfghanistanCentral Intelligence AgencyNATO

Question 4: The party claims to stand against "American imperialism", and would withdraw from NATO and the ________.
DenmarkEuropean UnionEuropean ParliamentGermany

Question 5: [10][11] The party has described the mainstream media, mainstream political parties (including the BNP) and national governments as part of a "________".
Zionist Occupation GovernmentNeo-NazismAntisemitismAntisemitic canard

Question 6: After failing to win the rights to the NF name in the courts, Tyndall went on to eventually form the ________ - ironically, Tyndall and his acolytes had been banned from the original BNP.
Oswald MosleyBritish National PartyNick GriffinBritish National Front

Question 7: [31] The NF had hoped that Tom Holmes could also win the Nelson ward council seat on ________ Borough Council; he polled 22.9% of the votes cast.
Great YarmouthGorlestonWells-next-the-SeaCromer

Question 8: Around this time, the NF lost much of its white power skinhead support as a result of the group's support for non-white radicals such as ________.
Elijah MuhammadLouis FarrakhanWallace Fard MuhammadMalcolm X

Question 9: [24] along similar lines to the previous Battle of Cable Street against ________.
Lady Cynthia MosleyDiana MitfordOswald MosleyWilliam Joyce

Question 10: The NF claims to oppose all economic and ________: "Nations should be free to determine their own political systems, their own economic systems and to develop their own culture."[16]
RussiaUnited StatesCultural imperialismGlobalization

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