Paul Golding pays respects to Lee Rigby at Woolwich

After laying a wreath on behalf of Britain First in Kent, party leader Paul Golding headed to Woolwich to pay his respects to Lee Rigby on Remembrance Day.

Lee Rigby was slaughtered on the streets of Woolwich in 2013 by two Islamic terrorists.

A new memorial plaque has recently been added at the site of his death by a British charity (above).

Paul and a team of activists - that included an activist from Ulster who had never visited London - left flowers at the site.

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