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posted by Morning Star in Britain

A TRIAL date has been set for a man accused of stirring up racial hatred in two speeches.

Jack Renshaw, 22, is said to have committed the public order offences during a demonstration by the far-right group North West Infidels in Blackpool on March 12 2016 and at a speech at the Yorkshire Forum for Nationalists in North Yorkshire on a date between June 15 2015 and November 18 2016.

Appearing at Preston Crown Crown via videolink from HMP Preston, Renshaw, of Bearncroft, Skelmersdale, entered not-guilty pleas to the two charges.

His trial will take place on January 2 and is estimated to last up to four days.

Renshaw was arrested by officers from the north-west counterterrorism unit over alleged derogatory comments made about Jewish people.

A TRIAL date has been set for a man accused of stirring up racial hatred in two speeches.
Jack Renshaw, 22, is said to have committed the public order offences during a demonstration by the far-right group North West Infidels in Blackpool on March 12 2016 and at a speech at the Yorkshire Forum for Nationalists in North Yorkshire on a date between June 15 2015 and November 18 2016.
Appearing at Preston Crown Crown via videolink from HMP Preston, Renshaw, of Bearncroft, Skelmersdale, entered not-guilty pleas to the two charges.
His trial will take place on January 2 and is estimated to last up to four days.
Renshaw was arrested by officers from the north-west counterterrorism unit over alleged derogatory comments made about Jewish people.




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