The following was printed in The Guardian of
A white supremacist linked to the murderer of the South African Communist party leader
In May he and Mr Griffin attended a rally of 60 BNP supporters in Bromley.
Mr Kemp was one of a number of far-right activists arrested after Hani's murder. He was later released without charge, but Clive Derby-Lewis, to whose wife Mr Kemp was said to have supplied a list of names and addresses, including Hani's, was one of two men sentenced to death. He was said to have organised the shooting.
The Polish-born Janusz Walus, who was convicted of shooting Hani, was found to have material drawn from Mr Kemp's list in his flat. Their death sentences were commuted to life imprisonment.
At the murder trial Mr Kemp admitted producing the list but denied having knowingly supplied a "hitlist".
From 1989 until 1992 Mr Kemp worked for Die Patriot, the newspaper of the extremist South African Conservative party. According to the anti-fascist organisation Searchlight, he has spoken at Nazi meetings in
His articles have appeared on the Stormfront website, run by a Ku Klux Klan member and convicted mercenary, Don Black. Searchlight's spokesman said: "Let Kemp's record speak for itself as a warning to Londoners of what a vote for the BNP would mean."
A spokesman for the BNP said: "He is a fantastic fellow and I don't see anything wrong with what he is doing."