FAR-RIGHT group Britain First was humiliated at a demonstration in south London on Saturday as its members were repelled by hundreds of counter-protesters.
A pitiful 12 fascists turned up in Bromley where they were protesting over BF leaders Paul Golding and Jeyda Fransen having to sign on at the local police station as part of bail conditions after they were charged with religious harassment.
Mr Golding and Ms Fransen deny the charges and claim that they are “martyrs” for free speech.
But UAF joint secretary Weyman Bennett said Britain First gained notoriety through sending “squads of its so-called defence force of activists, kitted out paramilitary-style, to stage “invasions” of local mosques.”
The protest was drowned out by trade unionists and anti-fascists who massively outnumbered the far-right thugs. Mr Bennett praised those who turned out to oppose Britain First’s “poison.”