Covid restrictions have made it difficult for Britain First to organise our annual Remembrance Day ceremonies.
Party leader Paul Golding is himself in a strict quarantine for two weeks which ends on Monday.
Organisations which breach Covid lockdown are liable to a £10,000 fine.
So before lockdown started, the chairman of Britain First, Timothy Burton, took a team of Midlands activists to the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire to lay a poppy wreath on behalf of the movement.
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