The BNP can still be saved.
Heres how to do it.
Griffin resigns as chairman and his place taken by a committee run by Andrew Brons, Eddy Butler, Pat Harrington, Mark Walker, Richard Edmonds and Simon Darby.
All suspended or expelled members are allowed to rejoin the party, and all disciplinary proceedings suspended against them.
A fresh election is called for new candidates as chairman with each candidate required to propose a new constitutional model for the members to vote on.
Griffin left as an Euro MEP and to be prohibited from any role in the leadership of the party.
Paul Morris and his website are proscribed for threatening to release BNP members names and addresses on the internet if they voted for an alternative candidate in the leadership election.
All the accounts of both the Trafalgar Club and the party for the last six years to be published in full and vetted by independent accountants.
All staff employed by the party to be sacked and re-appointed in new roles within a re-structured party model.
An independent Disciplinary Panel established whose members are voted for by the membership, not appointed by the chairman or the committee until the new chairman is appointed.
All existing legal cases against the party to be reviewed by the committee and settled, rather than them being under the sole control of Griffin and Jane Phillips.
All existing commissions and contracts for slices of the cake from the party in relation to fundraising and the website stopped and new ones negotiated.
Do these and the BNP may be able to be saved internally as a functional party.
But do you think Griffin would allow it ?