Localised Britain First Leaflets Hit Doorsteps Nationwide!

Instead of using one standard leaflet, Britain First's nationwide leafleting push uses localised leaflets featuring issues highlighted by local people.

Below are a few examples.


Parents in Dorset have been concerned about schools taking young children into mosques to enact Islamic prayers and rituals.

The background image on the front is of Corfe Castle (near Wareham), which dates back to the 10th century.


Given the county's proximity to London, it's no surprise that immigration is a big concern in towns across Hertfordshire.


The city is home to the infamous Didsbury mosque, where the Manchester Arena bomber worshipped. Also, numerous grooming gangs have operated in the Greater Manchester area. Violence is a growing concern, especially on the city's Metrolink tram system.


Many Sunderland residents are critical of the City Council, and there have been allegations of corruption. The leaflet calls for a comprehensive, independent review of council operations and spending.

If you'd like some (free) localised leaflets to distribute in your area, email: elections@britainfirst.info

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    • James Nicholls
      commented 2019-01-07 15:30:10 +0000
      Good work, I definitely think that is a step in the right direction. I think we could use with a bit more activism in the Cambridgeshire area though, Cambridge is becoming flooded with Muslims and towns like Wisbech are filled with immigrants who are quite violent. Luckily Cambridgeshire isn’t anywhere near as flooded with barbaric savages as many other parts of the UK, but as it still is mostly British I think its important to keep it that way and it’ll be easier to keep it that way compared to making more foreign parts British.