On Saturday, a team of North East activists took our Battle Buses (Lionheart and Cromwell) to the Sunderland vs QPR match at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland.
At a gathering of North East activists held in the town of Chester-le-Street, party leader Paul Golding discussed the tremendous potential that Britain First faces in the years ahead.
North East regional activists took the Battle Bus (Cromwell) to both Sunderland and Newcastle football stadiums during busy home games.
The Britain First campaign to get the proposed Linton-On-Ouse migrant camp scrapped has resulted in a huge victory.
By Paul Golding - I finally have some good news to report.
A team of South East region activists hit the seaside town of Southend-On-Sea, Essex, and distributed a huge amount of newspapers to a supportive public.
By Paul Golding - An investigation by head office has brought to light some very suspicious events that occurred on both the polling day for the local elections on 5 May and polling day for the recent parliamentary by-election in Wakefield on 23 June.
Local Britain First candidate Ashlea Simon has re-launched her local election campaign in Salford, Greater Manchester.
While campaigning against the infamous Napier Barracks migrant camp in Folkestone, Kent, some of the local residents spoke to our activists about their horrible experiences.
The newly re-launched South East region of Britain First has gotten off to a flying start by launching a campaign to get the Napier Barracks migrant camp closed down.
Britain First is genuinely and massively popular with the British public.
At a regional meeting for South East activists and members, party leader Paul Golding gave a rousing speech calling for action before it's too late to save our country.
After a huge amount of hard work, decorating, painting, and building work, party leader Paul Golding can give our supporters a quick tour of our new headquarters in Greater Manchester.
During a peaceful and lawful day of campaigning in the Yorkshire village of Linton-On-Ouse, Britain First activists were continually stalked and harassed by the local police.
Recently, Britain First launched a campaign against the proposed illegal migrant camp in Linton-On-Ouse.