The Britain First local election campaign is firing on all cylinders in our South East London target ward.
The city of Portsmouth, home of the Royal Navy, is the location of a new illegal migrant hotel.
A Britain First team has been pounding the streets of the Welsh Valleys for several days now, with a combined total of nine hours leafleting for the local elections.
Activists from the North East took our Cromwell Battle Bus and parked it over a busy section of a motorway outside the city of Newcastle.
At a recent meeting of Yorkshire activists, in Pontefract, just outside of Leeds, party leader Paul Golding gave an off-the-cuff speech calling for action from those assembled.
At a meeting of Yorkshire activists, party Chairman Ashlea Simon gave an uplifting speech to those assembled.
A few weeks ago, Britain First parked a Battle Bus over a busy junction of the M25 outside of Dartford, and attracting overwhelmingly levels of support from passing motorists.
The local elections are fast approaching and due to this our efforts are being redoubled in our target areas.
Simply parking a Battle Bus over a busy stretch of motorway is enough to reach tens of thousands of passing motorists with ease.
The Eastern region covers a big area, including Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Norfolk.
The final hotel in Northern Ireland to be exposed by Britain First is the Ibis, in South Belfast.
In the town of Newtownabbey, on the outskirts of Belfast, Northern Ireland, you can find the popular Chimney Corner Hotel.
Another day, another illegal migrant hotel, this time the Wellington Park Hotel in Belfast.
In the pleasant seaside town of Bangor, in Northern Ireland, near Belfast, is a lovely hotel called the Astala Lodge.
Directly across the road from Belfast City Hall you can find the Easyhotel.