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Tuesday 5 December 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# britain first

Last week
26th November 2023 - 2nd December 2023
FactCheck: False claims the army was deployed during Dublin City riots seen millions of times
A photo from Terenure was used to bolster the claim by far-right activists and an Open Source Intelligence account.
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Priti Patel condemns ‘unacceptable thuggery’ as ‘statue protectors’ clash with police
Hundreds of people converged on Parliament Square in London today after far-right groups, including Britain First, called on supporters to guard the monuments.
Britain First leader Paul Golding denies terror charge after refusing to give police phone access
He will appear for trial at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 20 May.
Britain First leader and deputy leader jailed for religiously aggravated harassment
The group’s tweets had been retweeted by Donald Trump.
Donald Trump sits down with Piers Morgan and says he 'would certainly apologise' for racist retweets
The US President says he didn’t know anything about Britain First.
Leader of British far-right group charged for use of threatening, abusive language and behaviour
US President Donald Trump retweeted a message from Britain First’s deputy leader last month.
Leader of the British far-right group that Trump retweeted has been arrested
The US President retweeted a message from Britain First’s deputy leader last month.
Theresa May says Trump's retweets of Britain First were 'wrong' - but he's still welcome to visit
A Trump spokesperson says that whether the videos are accurate or not is unimportant.
Donald Trump has been retweeting anti-Muslim videos from a British far-right leader
The videos had been shared by deputy leader of Britain First, Jayda Fransen.
This British party wants to ban Islam ... and the word 'racism'
Obama is among those calling on people to not blame the Paris attacks on Muslims.
Far-right group Britain First won't stop using the image of murdered soldier Lee Rigby
His family have asked before that his image be used to promote peace.