LONDON (Jul. 5)
Colin Jordan, leader of the British National Socialist movement which provoked a riot in Trafalgar Square last Sunday, said today he would fight his suspension from his teaching post in the Stoke Secondary Modern Boys School, at Coventry.
The Coventry Education Committee told him yesterday he was not to resume his teaching duties, pending an appearance before the school’s board of governors in connection with his pro-Hitler activities. The 39-year-old teacher of English and mathematics told the press he would fight the decision “as far as I can. ” A spokesman for the education committee said “we have been inundated with letters from all over the country” following announcement of the suspension.
Asked how he felt about being called a Nazi, he replied: “We want to make Britain white. The Jews have a country of their own.”