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Sunday 4 September 2011 11.15am
The fundamental difference is that the BNP is a political party, whereas the EDL is a street-action based organisation (a bit like the National Socialist Party and the Brownshirts).

They do have links and some cross-over of members. For more information, have a look here.
Sunday 4 September 2011 11.24am
Does the UK have any far-right organisations with membership base reaching outside working class?
Sunday 4 September 2011 7.25pm
Roman wrote:
Does the UK have any far-right organisations with membership base reaching outside working class?

Yes, the British National Party has a significant middle-class membership. Most of these people living in areas with very low black and asian populations. They are more inclined to keep a low profile though and don't usually come out to BNP protests or canvass at elections.
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