British far-right leader Nick Griffin accused the BBC on Friday of mounting a "lynch mob" on him in a charged appearance on a TV political panel show, and called for it to be re-recorded.
The leader of the anti-immigrant British National Party was booed, jeered and scorned by the studio audience of a popular television show after weeks of protests against his appearance erupted on Thursday.
Anti-fascist protesters broke into the BBC`s west London headquarters on Thursday ahead of a white-supremacist party leader`s appearance on a leading political debate show.
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