Paul Golding to stand trial under Terrorism Act 2000

On Friday, party leader Paul Golding took part in a two-hour legal meeting with his barrister and solicitor on Skype.

In a nutshell, Paul's trial for refusing to give the police the passcodes to his phone will still go ahead on Wednesday 20 May.

The current lockdown restrictions are due to last until 7 May, and we fully expect the lockdown to be massively relaxed on that date.

That is why we think they are proceeding with the trial date.

Likewise, patriot activist Tommy Robinson received a letter last week stating that his upcoming court hearing has been set for Friday 15 May.

Tommy faces trial for assault after preventing the escape of a paedophile who grabbed his young daughter's bottom at a family resort.

Tommy has kindly agreed to attend Paul's trial as an honoured guest, and likewise Paul will attend Tommy's court hearing on Friday 15 May.

When it comes to persecution, it is important that all patriots show a united front to the establishment.

We urge all of our supporters to start making preparations to come along and support Paul on Wednesday 20 May.

All patriots are welcome and we need a good display of unity to show the establishment that if they attack one, they attack all.

Here are the meeting details:

Wednesday 20 May 10am
Marylebone Station, London, NW1 6JJ

We look forward to seeing you there Paul.

We need all patriots who plan to attend to click on the link below and let us know.

This is very important, so please spare just twenty seconds:

Yours sincerely,
Britain First HQ


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