15TH JULY 2010: Nick Griffin's Constituency Office has carried out some research into business grants, loans and assistance schemes, in response to many British entrepreneurs seeking to access European Union funds for business ventures outside of the United Kingdom.
14TH JULY 2010: There has been a sizable mailbag for Nick Griffin over the availability, or lack of it, of supplies of vital drugs that help combat cancer.
Nick Griffin has written to Professor Gordon McGregor Reid, D.Sc the Director General and Chief Executive of Chester Zoological Gardens over the proposed Development of Chester Zoo.
14TH JULY 2010: A constituent from Manchester has contacted Nick Griffin regarding the importation of illegally logged timber within the European Union.
A haulage company from Manchester has contacted Nick Griffin over the legislation in France and Germany which halts the free passage of commercial vehicles travelling in those countries during most of the weekends of July and August.
Nick Griffin's first task in Strasbourg this morning was a simple one. It was to nominate the brave Dutch MEP Geert Wilders, for the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought.