REPORT: Paul attends Bromley court

Today, Britain First leader Paul Golding attended Bromley Magistrate's Court to face charges of breaching his probation.

A large media crowd was in attendance due to several high-profile hearings taking place today at the court.

After a short wait, Paul was led into the dock in Court 2 and watched as our legal team grappled with the Probation Service prosecutor.

After a short exchange, a date was set for a full trial, which will take place on Wednesday 20th of February.

Thankfully, our legal team was able to secure unconditional bail, which means no extra restrictions were placed on Paul.

Paul would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has backed him - and Jayda - in their struggle against the Probation Nazis.

Your contributions allowed HQ to pay for a solid legal defence for Paul and Jayda.

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    • James Nicholls
      commented 2019-01-07 15:24:24 +0000
      The Human Rights Act was a British invention to protect our freedom, in fact a 2003 Japanese study concluded that the British have invented 54% of the successful inventions of the past 100 years (1903-2003). As it was our government that invented the Human Rights Act and the so called court isn’t enforcing it, I find it an absolute joke. Under part 19 of the Human Rights Act passed by the UK government in 1998, as part of the ‘Freedom of Expression’ it clearly says you are able to say what you like and share what you like to other people. Part 30 of the Human Rights Act of 1998 also clearly states that nobody can take away Human Rights. Share that to the so called court in February, and there’s no way legally they can get around that. Good Luck in February. I’ll pray for you.