British Imperial Party
Timeline: 1983: Doomsday

Portrait of British Imperial Party

Years Active

Predecessor New British Nationalist Party, Southern African Unionist Party, parts of Liberal Party
Political ideology Nationalism, Liberalism, Free Speech, Autarky, Imperialism


In 2004, the British Imperial Party began as a thinktank for various dissidents who wanted to reform New Britain and Southern Africa. Under the leadership of Charles York, a second generation British citizen, it became a political party and with support from various businesses grew to the point where it could challenge the dominant political parties. It is set to be successful in the upcoming elections