The National Front and its several disputatious progeny fought a minimal election campaign in the May 1981 County Council and Greater London Council elections […]
A further [NF] splinter group labeling itself “Enoch Powell Is Right” fought the three seats of the Borough of Hackney and also Stepney and Poplar. At least two of these four candidates had fought seats for the NF in the 1977 GLC and 1978 borough elections […]
The four “Enoch Powell Is Right” candidates averaged 2.6% [of the vote].
from: Racial Exclusionism and the City: The Urban Support of the National Front
by Christopher T. Husbands (Routledge, 1983)
You can see from the results below that the Enoch Powell Is Right (EPR) candidates actually stood against the National Front (NF) ones, splitting the fascist vote cleanly in two:
Robin May went on to form the British National Party with John Tyndal in 1982.
Enoch Powell himself was intimate with Hackney Conservatives in the 1970s.
See also: The National Front’s Hackney HQ