Media City, Eddy O'Sullivan Mayoral Candidate Salford
Friday 30th March 2012, British National Party mayoral candidate Eddy O'Sullivan, featured on the Greater Manchester BBC Morning Breakfast show, presented by Andy Crane, Eddy was on the show at 7:50AM and the message of the British National Party would have gone out to thousands of public on their way to work.
Eddy had been invited in to the BBC Salford to speak in regards to him standing for the elected mayor position currently underway in Salford City Council, May 3rd 2012. Eddy made his point very clear, we are in favour for elected mayors, more democracy for the Salforians and removing the stranglehold Labour have on our city.
Eddy spoke of one pressing issue that affects Salford on a daily and hourly basis, and that is of the council houses and the way they are allocated to immigrants, so the real Salfordian's have no real chance of competing with the wave of middle eastern and Africans what have hit our city heavily in the past year. It is wrong how single mothers and put to the back of the que and people who get straight off a boat are issued keys to Salford houses within 20 minutes of there arrival, it has to stop now, far fetched you think, No this is a reality and really happens, and it is ONLY the British National Party who will tackle this issue, Local Houses for Local People is our policy
The BBC swiftly changing the subject, wanted to then talk about George Galloways recent win in Bradford, Eddy's response is "I am not interested whats happening in Bradford, I am interested in whats going on right here and right now" Salford is our main focus,
We thank the BBC for the opertunity to appear on the breakfast show, the hospitality was gratefully received, Other media interests who are following the Salford mayoral election wanting to speak with Eddy O'Sullivan, must email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a interview.
Sorry about quality of above recordings interview can also be heard at BBC Website http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/console/p00pqf8q forward to 1:46