Britain First held a second successful street rally in the Ulster town of Ballymena, despite the arrest of party leader Paul Golding.
The turnout was much greater than last time, despite the heavy-handed police tactics designed to scare local residents away.
Several local residents also gave contributions.
Party leader Paul Golding was unable to attend the rally because of his bail conditions, imposed on him after his ridiculous arrest earlier this week.
The campaign in Ballymena will continue until the DUP and the council listen to the concerns of local residents.
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