First on the platform was pensioner and BNP activist George Rouse.
In his maiden speech before a party meeting, Mr Rouse told why he had joined the party and how he had worked hard in the past election with leafleting and fundraising activities.
"The BNP's policies are the only fair and just way in which the problems facing Britain can be sorted out," Mr Rouse said.
"The other parties' public representatives, from local councillors to MPs, have been proven to be corrupt," Mr Jackson said.
Last speaker for the night was West Midlands training officer, Richard Lumby, who spoke on the causes behind the credit crunch and the necessity of Britain being completely economically independent.