Hackers have taken down the official website of the British National Party in their continued effort to target far-right political movements.
Members allegedly from the internet activist group Anonymous have taken down websites of far-right organisations after twice targeting the British People's Party and the Ku Klux Kan's websites in the last week.
In a message posted online on Monday they said:
"The government has failed to take action against people, organisations and websites promoting racial hatred".
One of the main hackers told Blottr they would attack throughout the week at will. Last week numerous white supremacy websites were taken down with British People's Party suffering the worst outage on their site for around 6 hours.
On Wednesday they specifically identified British National Party leader Nick Griffin's website as one of their main targets. His website was down for around 3 hours, and another KKK website was also hacked whilst a White Supramacy website also fell victim.
They had decided not to name all targets in advance to prevent sites taking pre-emptive measures.