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When Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen were sent to prison and our Facebook pages were deleted, the establishment thought that our movement was finished.
For years, police and social workers tried to cover up widespread abuse of white British girls by predominantly Pakistani Muslim grooming gangs, but eventually the problem became just too big for the authorities to ignore.
Britain First held a day of action in the midlands town of Nuneaton, home to the UK's largest Sharia Court.
Sean Pett's West Yorkshire branch enjoyed a great day's leafleting yesterday (23rd November) in Elland, a market town situated by the River Calder, halfway between Halifax and Huddersfield.
Britain First Northern Ireland (BFNI) held an activities planning meeting today in the centre of Belfast.
The Times today (24th November) tells the story of a child migrant - let's call him 'Assad' - who until this month was a year-11 pupil at Stoke High School in Ipswich.
On 22nd December 2014, a man allegedly shouting 'Allahu akbar' ploughed a van at speed into the crowds at Nantes Christmas market, injuring ten people, one of whom died in hospital.
Last weekend, Britain First activists visited the Midlands town of Nuneaton to protest at the country's largest Sharia Court.
The night before Remembrance Day, an imam recited the Muslim call to prayer to a 400-strong congregation in Blackburn Cathedral.
Britain First activists in Northern Ireland (BFNI) hit the streets of Lurgan today, distributing thousands of leaflets and engaging with the public.