Adam Walker is the acting chairman of the British National Party and took over as leader of the BNP from Nick Griffin in July 2014. He is from Spennymoor, County Durham and is the brother of Mark Walker.
Walker, a former teacher, was struck off the teachers’ register for life in 2013 after he admitted verbally abusing three pupils and slashing their bike tyres with a knife. In November 2013 he described Britain as a "multicultural shithole" and claimed white Britons were facing a process of “ethnic cleansing”.
- Cahal Milmo, 'Nick Griffin quits as BNP leader: Banned schoolteacher Adam Walker appointed as chairman as party founders', The Independent, 21 July 2014.