They had limited electoral success with Pidcock achieving 800 votes in the Bradford North by-election, 1990. The IPB was generally supportive of the Respect coalition with one of their leading members standing for the coalition.
The IPB published a quarterly magazine entitled Common Sense.
The I.P.O.B's policies on Religion, are that Religion is an important thing, it is the most important thing in life. So it is to be accepted. The party has a list of policies on its website. It has also answered questions sent in by readers, although it no longer takes new questions. On homosexuality it says that it is a condition needing treatment, and not to be tolerated. It also says that homosexuals should be put to death for a "public display of lewdness".
Violence of the Lambs; How British Farmers Are Cashing in by Sending 10,000 Sheep to Be Cruelly Slaughtered in the Name of Religion
Feb 14, 1999; BRITISH farmers are condemning thousands of their sheep to cruel and illegal slaughter in a sickening religious festival. The...