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Heads should roll and I'm afraid that the buck has to stop with the chairman.' Named on the net: Every single BNP member has been named after the far-right party's membership was posted online The membership list was password protected and encrypted.
Publication was forbidden under a High Court injunction obtained in April.
Despite his members' fears, he also said publication of their names could ultimately prove 'fantastic' for the party as he appeared with supporters in Burnley today.'We couldn't have bought the publicity...
It's going to show people that we're not a bunch of skinhead morons, which is the left-wing media-created image,' he said.'It shows we're far broader than that, a snapshot of decent British society.
Soldiers, teachers and doctors also on the list were today fearing their jobs could be in similar jeopardy after the leak which breached a High Court injunction.
The BNP accused disgruntled former officials who were chucked out of the party last year of being responsible and warned anyone involved that they were facing a prison sentence.
The party claims it has more than 100 local and parish councillors, the latest of whom was elected in Boston, Lincolnshire, last week.
Race tensions are high in the town as migrants make up a quarter of the population.
Labour MPs Margaret Hodge and Jon Cruddas have repeatedly warned of the march of the BNP in East London.
Merseyside police confirmed it was investigating whether serving officer Steve Bettley has links with the party.
PC Bettley was included in a list of thousands of BNP supporters which was leaked on an internet blog and his name was part of the main entry of a family member.
'We were not aware of his membership of the BNP until today.
We have no plans to use Rod Lucas in the immediate future.'Merseyside Police said: 'We understand that the British National Party names a Steve Bettley for an alleged association with the party.'Whether Merseyside PC Steve Bettley was, or is, a member of BNP is subject to an ongoing inquiry.'Chief Constable Bernard Hogan-Howe has reiterated our position that membership of the British National Party is totally incompatible with the duties and values of Merseyside Police.