Three officials belonging to Britain First were recently detained at Heathrow Airport as they were returning from a visit to Russia.
Party leader Paul Golding was arrested and held in detention for sixteen hours under Section 7 of the 2000 Terrorism Act.
All three officials were subjected to brutal interrogation, with DNA and fingerprint samples taken for identification, their persons and luggage searched, and their electronic devices and mobile phones seized, with threats of prosecution, conviction and long jail sentences if they did not hand over their PINs and pass-codes.
We demand that this unwarranted persecution of Britain First and its officials cease forthwith and that the 'Independent Office for Police Conduct' launches an immediate investigation into this incident.
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