Britain First Northern Ireland (BFNI) returned to the streets of Ballymena this weekend after the fascist arrest of party leader Paul Golding late last year.
Around ten activists campaigned in the town centre of Ballymena for several hours, distributing hundreds of leaflets to the public.
Local residents are now approaching BFNI asking to stand as candidates in May's local elections due to the surge in immigration into the town.
BFNI is highly active and intends to hold relentless activities throughout 2019.
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