The Britain First battle bus and a team of South East activists hit the seaside town of Folkestone to warn about the danger of illegal immigration.
A team of South East activists have returned to the notorious former army camp, Napier Barracks in Folkestone, which is home to illegal immigrants, to hold a protest at the gates.
The ultra-left BBC is creating false history propaganda that claims that the earliest British people were black.
Britain First leader Paul Golding travelled to St Alban's cathedral to see for himself the infamous painting of the "Jamaican Jesus" put on display to support Black Lives Matter.
A team of South East activists visited the port of Dover to report on the illegal immigrant invasion.
The small English town of Aylesbury in the South East is a grooming hotspot, with gangs previously being sentenced to life in prison for horrendous crimes.
When party leader Paul Golding and team were driving down the M6 motorway on their way to a day of activities in the Britain First battle bus, they were ambushed by Staffordshire Police.Read more
COMPLAIN: Britain First launches complaints drive against Sheffield University over Isaac Newton remarks
The latest victim of woke, left-wing cancel culture is English scientific giant, Sir Isaac Newton.
Britain First leader Paul Golding outlines in this hard-hitting video that, contrary to the media's relentless propaganda, it is actually white people that are facing "oppression" in their own country.
The Britain First battle bus hit the seafront of the Essex town of Southend-On-Sea, attracting much support.
Britain First HQ has lodged an official complaint to the Independent Press Standards Organisation against the Guardian for inaccuracy and deception.Read more
Britain First HQ has lodged an official complaint against the "Nation Cymru" for their ridiculous and inflammatory claim that Britain First would "hang" black and Muslim people.Read more
During a day of activities in the town of Bridgend in South Wales, our team bumped into a Socialist Party recruitment stall.
Our new regional branch in Wales is taking off, holding its second day of action, this time in the town of Bridgend, in South Wales.
Paul, Ashlea and a team of activists spent all day touring the North West aiming to expose multiple illegal immigrant hotels.