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Nov
2017
Tuesday 7th
posted by Morning Star in Britain

FOUR men are to stand trial after they denied putting up stickers supporting proscribed fascist group National Action on a university campus.

Chad Williams-Allen, Dean Lloyd, Gary Jack and Alexander Deakin pleaded not guilty to displaying offensive material likely to stir up racial hatred at Birmingham Crown Court yesterday.

They were charged following a West Midlands Police investigation after three National Action labels were discovered by staff at Aston University in Birmingham last year.

In December National Action became the first far-right organisation to be banned under anti-terror laws.

The defendants denied putting up the stickers.

Judge Mary Stacey confirmed that the four — Mr Williams-Allen and Mr Lloyd, both 26, of West Bromwich, Mr Jack, 21, and Mr Deakin, 22, both of Birmingham, would appear in court for a trial on April 3.




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