The primary purpose of the Act is to codify the complicated and numerous array of Acts and Regulations, which formed the basis of anti-discrimination law in Great Britain. This was, primarily, the Equal Pay Act 1970, the Sex Discrimination Act 1975, the Race Relations Act 1976, the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and three major statutory instruments protecting discrimination in employment on grounds of religion or belief, sexual orientation and age.
On libertarian grounds I have always abhorred totalitarian thoughtcrime legislation which infringes on our Freedom of Contract and Association.
The BNP will repeal the Race Relations Act and all other far leftist social engineering projects, such as the Equalities and Human Rights Commission aimed at enforcing multiculturalism.
Even the Koran is against thoughtcrime legislation. 2:256 says "Let there be no compulsion in belief, for truth stands clear from error."
If the powers at be at UKIP are too morally cowardly to propose the measures above, then they should be punished in some way.
Voting BNP at the EU elections will do no harm to Euroscepticism at all, as long as you do not vote for the LibLabCon. A respectable BNP vote would put UKIP on notice that they still do not have everything their way and that there is still a role for the BNP to play.
If I can find any spare cash, I might even do it to make a point, if I do not hear from UKIP that they are proposing to repeal the Equality Act.