At a North West regional activist meeting held in Salford, Manchester, Paul Golding gave a rousing speech to everyone assembled.
The Britain First summer roadshow of regional meetings got underway last night in Manchester.
For almost a year now, activist journalist Tommy Robinson has been investigating the criminal activities of the 'Hope Not Hate' organisation, a far-left extremist group that fabricates attacks on patriots.
For twelve months now, patriot activist Tommy Robinson has been investigating the nefarious activities of the far-Left extremist organisation, Hope Not Hate.
The town of Rochdale, in Greater Manchester, is a hotbed of problems, including extreme cases of Islamist grooming gangs.
Hotels housing illegal migrants are popping up across the country.
Evesham, in Worcestershire, is a historic and peaceful English town, but that didn't stop the Home Office from housing illegal migrants in one of the local hotels.
Britain First leader Paul Golding has launched legal action against Wakefield Police, for the third time in less than a month.
Shortly after the conclusion of the Wakefield by-election, party leader Paul Golding was interviewed by the patriot group, Hearts of Oak.
Scotland is being used increasingly as a dumping ground for the illegal migrants pouring into Britain.
A former RAF base at the small North Yorkshire village of Linton-on-Ouse (near York) is being transformed into a processing camp for 1,500 illegal immigrant men.
Acting on another tip-off, Britain First visited the Holiday Inn Express in Greenock, just to the west of Glasgow.
A Britain First team visited the Bruce Hotel in East Kilbride, Scotland and found it teeming with illegal immigrants from Africa and the Middle East.
Regional organiser, Timothy Burton, took the Battle Bus (Churchill) out for the day in the West Midlands and had a fun day full of support and hostility.
Britain First is proud of all of our activists who took part in the parliamentary by-election campaign in Wakefield.