On Mother's Day - Sunday 22 March this year - seven-year-old Emily Jones (pictured) was brutally murdered in front of her parents in a Bolton park by Eltiona Skana, a 30-year-old Albanian immigrant.
Bolton City Council evidently saw no need at that time to display solidarity with the shocked and grief-stricken community by, for example, lighting up the town hall, preferring instead to play down the disastrous effects of mass immigration on our country - including the exponential rise in violent crime perpetrated upon the native white community.
However in the wake of the rioting, looting and mayhem by 'Black Lives Matter' protesters all across America, Europe and the UK following the death of George Floyd, Bolton City Council have shown themselves all too keen to appease the black community by - yes, you guessed it - lighting up the town hall, and other civic buildings, in a display of solidarity.
Actions speak louder than words - and Bolton City Council are clearly of the opinion that while 'black lives matter' - white lives don't.
Britain First however, are of the opinion that white lives do matter, so take part in our campaign and your message will be sent immediately and automatically to the Mayor of Bolton, Councillor Linda Thomas, and the Leader of the Council, David Greenhalgh: