The far-right goup Britain First admitted to “panic” after they failed to stop Bedfordshire police getting them banned from mosques and Luton town. In a video posted online they said they were worried that a legal fight with the police could cost them up to £100 thousand, and bankrupt them.
The deputy leader of far-right thugs Britain First has been charged with religiously aggravated harassment after a ‘Christian Patrol’ through Luton. Jayda Fransen has also been charged with two other offences – failing to surrender as part of her bail conditions and wearing a political uniform.
Minutes after news emerged that Jo Cox MP had been shot and stabbed by a man yesterday, there were reports that the gunman shouted “Britain first”. With police investigating the suspect’s links to far-right groups, attention inevitably turned to the political party of that name.
The far-right group Britain First today threatened the Mayor of London and other elected Muslim politicians with “militant direct action”. But will the police take their threats seriously?
It isn’t just the Tories – Christian fundamentalists are also freaking out that London is on the verge of electing its first Muslim Mayor.
The Facebook page of the far-right group Britain First is one of the most popular in the country. It is also run by a bunch of complete numptys.
Thugs from the far-right group Britain First descended further into parody last week after they led a demo in Luton through their laptops.
Demonstrators from the far-right group Britain First protested outside a mosque in East London today (in the rain) but were left embarrassed after hardly anyone paid them any attention.
Speaking from his comedy armoured Land Rover at the weekend, Britain First leader Paul Golding announces that the group’s ‘Christian Patrols’ — in which far-right goons roam the streets looking to get a rise out of local Muslims — are being rolled out nationwide: “We’ve received new information that Muslim gangs are trying to enforce certain parts […]
The UK’s fastest growing far-right group, Britain First, have shared a graphic video of a police officer being shot dead in Paris yesterday — with the word “SHOP” and a link to their ‘Patriot Store’ (edit history): Charlie Hebdo know how to deal with the French far-right.