Florence Nightingale is the legendary 'Lady with the lamp', a nurse who looked after wounded British soldiers in the Crimean War.
Florence Nightingale has become synonymous with caring and compassion in British culture.
For this reason, Britain First has decided to name our latest campaign after her, 'Operation Nightingale'.
While the lockdown restrictions are in place for political activism, Britain First has decided to use this time to help the vulnerable members of our society, the homeless.
A huge percentage of the homeless on our streets are veterans suffering with PTSD.
For these reasons and more, Britain First regional teams will be out during the whole of June delivering food and snacks to the homeless of Britain.
Operation Nightingale will be intensive during June, but these types of activities will continue indefinitely.
Britain First chief of staff Ashlea Simon explains what will be happening in this video: