Concern is growing over the whereabouts of the persecuted Richard Williamson, the Holocaust-denying Roman Catholic bishop expelled from Argentina, after he was bundled into a car by armed police as soon as he set foot back in Britain.
The Pope recently lifted the bigoted bishop's excommunication for his ordination in an ultra-traditionalist breakaway faction of the Roman Catholic church - leading to a huge embarrassment for the pontiff when the bishop's controversial views were revealed.
Mystery now surrounds Bishop Williamson's whereabouts, and there has been no word from the government or the police as to why he was taken into custody on arrival in the UK.
Other deranged bigots in the UK - including large contingents from the construction and power industries, and the editorial staff of several daily newspapers - are reported to have gone into hiding, fearing for their lives.
"There's an appalling historical precedent for this kind of heavy-handed state repression against freedom of speech," said BNP councillor Paul Golding, who was recently elected to Sevenoaks council, from his secret attic hiding-place. "Although, strangely, I can't for the life of me think of it right now."