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Britain First is a British far-right political party and pressure group, registered in November 2011 as a political party, although it is also associated with an unregistered National People's Party and the Northern Ireland-based Protestant Coalition. It campaigns primarily on what it perceives as the Islamification of the United Kingdom.

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Iran has said it will stick to the accord as long as the other parties respect it, but will "shred" the deal if Washington pulls out. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called on European leaders on Monday to support it. "It is either all or nothing. European leaders should encourage Trump not just to stay in the nuclear ...
The gloomy European Union exhibits some singular signs: the ideal of a ”Great Britain First” triggered Brexit and the eloquent imbalance between ... A reading that interweaves political science, international sociology, economics, history and social psychology is necessary to avoid the triviality and ...

But the Labour politician's path to the top job in the borough that contains the gleaming towers of Canary Wharf and the traditional East End has been anything but easy. He won with 55% ... Rahman, who once backed Khan, is now supporting another independent candidate, the Aspire party's Ohid Ahmed.
And, during the 1960s, Powell started to gravitate towards positions that set him against the leadership of his own party, and indeed the entire political establishment. An important spark for his deepening sense that a new course needed to be set in British politics was frustration at the hold that the imperial ...
That makes it New Britain's first major opportunity to cash in on getting the CTfastrak hub. Advocates of transit-oriented development say most young workers prefer commuting to work by bus, subway or train, and are especially drawn to walkable communities. “Columbus Commons is a natural location for ...
But critics warn any new party would face a number of challenges - not least the limits of Britain's first-past-the-post electoral system – and wonder if the ... “frustrated by the tribal nature of politics, the polarisation caused by Brexit and the standard of political leadership on all sides,” the newspaper reports.

The Chairman of the Conservative Youth Movement Activate has been exposed praising notorious neo-Nazis Britain First and former EDL leader Tommy Robinson, and asserted that the Tories could learn from the Fascist groups' tactics on social media, according to an undercover Vice report.
Yet by the time Harold Macmillan tabled Britain's first application to join the EEC in 1961, the economic and political foundations of her place in the world ... In this context, the Labour Party might claim plausibly that its commitment to the renationalisation of public utilities represents the best expression of the ...
Britain First may have a case for its complaints of selective political persecution by the Conservative government. ... Four years ago, in King Alfred the Great's ancient capital of Winchester, another speaker for a small patriotic party was arrested for quoting Winston Churchill's strictures on Islam from his 1899 ...
Only last month the leaders of the far-right group Britain First were jailed for a series of hate crimes against Muslims. ... acts of terrorism such as that carried out against worshippers at Finsbury Park mosque last summer – Islamophobia is fully mainstream and is part of our daily public and political discourse.
The IWA soon established itself as Britain's most powerful Asian political organisation, running campaigns for workers' rights and other equality issues, such as ... In 1968, Britain's first all-Asian football team was formed in Southall by Kessar Singh Bhatti, who had played the game at state level for Punjab.
The party needs to analyse the monitoring data from all applications to understand whether BAME candidates are applying for seats. We need to ... Selection rules stipulate that at least one BAME candidate must be long-listed in each selection, and we need to understand what is happening. There are ...
Britain's first female Prime Minister, the formidable and controversial Margaret Thatcher, died at the Ritz at the age of 87 – dividing the country in death as ... and Science, but would go on to defeat Heath in a leadership contest in February 1975, becoming the first woman to head a major UK political party.
... is generally the way in which sovereign nation states go about their business. But the United Kingdom is not an arrangement of equals. Britain's unwritten constitution and tradition of muddling through - with a combination of ambiguity and asymmetry - has become a defining aspect of our political culture.
Facebook has banned political group Britain First from its platform. Pic: Marc Ward/REX/Shutterstock. Earlier this month, both Golding and Fransen were jailed after being found guilty of religiously aggravated harassment. The social media site said that they had recently been given 'a final written warning', ...
Facebook kicked far-right political group Britain First off its platform last week, meaning the group's official pages were all deleted. That affected three pages belonging to Britain First as an organisation and its two leaders Jayda Fransen and Paul Golding. Fransen still has her own account and both are still ...
Over a short period of time, Britain First amassed over two million followers, larger than many political parties in the UK and Europe. They used it to raise money and to keep their anti-Muslim rhetoric alive and funded. All of this, right under the noses of Facebook's young fashionista staff and public relations ...

He is not the first politician to say "something must be done" about social media but he told the BBC that this kind of pressure was necessary: "We can't assume ... It was almost certainly a coincidence but a couple of days later Facebook did act, removing the pages belonging to the far-right groups Britain First and its leader ...
Golding was found guilty on 7 March at Folkestone magistrates court of religiously aggravated harassment alongside Britain First's deputy leader, Jayda Fransen, which they carried out in Kent in May last year. The court heard the pair launched a political campaign in which they claimed to be trying to ...
Facebook's biggest UK political party is no more. The social media site has banned Britain First, the fringe far-right political party, which, despite having no elected MPs, MEPs or even councillors, amassed more than two million Likes on its page. The ban is the most visible move to date that social networks ...
Facebook has banned Britain First from its platform for breaking rules against inciting hatred, blacklisting a far-right group brought to global attention when ... A fringe party, Britain First shot to the fore last November when Mr Trump sparked outrage in Britain and a sharp rebuke from Prime Minister Theresa ...
Facebook has banned pages belonging to far-right political group Britain First and its leaders Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen. The company first said it was reviewing the pages in December, after Twitter banned the group and YouTube restricted some of their videos. Britain First has been described by ...
Britain First had more than two million followers on the platform, significantly more than any of the major political parties in the UK. Facebook did not say which content specifically got the party booted off the platform, but The Guardian reported that it included a post that compared Muslim immigrants to ...
Facebook has removed the official page of far-right group Britain First, along with those of party leader Paul Golding and deputy leader Jayda Fransen. ... He added the site was “very cautious” about political speech, and in Facebook's statement on the page removal, the company reiterated its stance.
Facebook has banned pages belonging to far-right political group Britain First and its leaders Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen. The company first said it was reviewing the pages in December, after Twitter banned the group and YouTube restricted some of their videos. Britain First has been described by ...
Britain First is a particularly notorious anti-Muslim organization, which started as a splinter group from the far-right, white-supremacist political party called the British National Party (BNP). The BNP ... On the social media and Facebook Britain First has more supporters than most mainstream political parties.
Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen have been pictured in their police mugshots, after they were both jailed yesterday. The two were found guilty of religiously aggravated harassment after they branded Muslims as paedophiles and rapists. Both were sent to prison yesterday for 18 weeks and 36 weeks ...
Party leader Paul Golding and his deputy Jayda Fransen are convicted of filming and harassing people they believed were involved in a rape trial involving a number of Muslim men. ... The leaders of far-right British party Britain First have been handed jail time for religiously aggravated harassment.
Surprise, surprise: The fascist political party Britain First has been found guilty of an Islamophobic hate crime. According to The Independent, Britain First leaders, Paul Golding, and Jayda Fransen targeted Muslim people they inaccurately believed were involved in an ongoing sexual violence case. The two ...
The leaders of far-right British party Britain First have been handed jail time for religiously aggravated harassment. ... Paul Golding, 36, leader of the anti-immigration party, and his deputy Jayda Fransen, 31, were convicted of filming and harassing people they believed were involved in a rape trial involving ...
London: The leaders of a far-right British party, one of whom gained widespread attention after a message she posted online was retweeted by US President Donald Trump, have been found guilty of religiously aggravated harassment. Paul Golding, 36, leader of the anti-immigration Britain First party, and ...
Citizens have long been disillusioned with politics; now, they have grown restless, angry, even disdainful. Party systems have long seemed frozen; now, authoritarian populists are on the rise around the world, from America to Europe, and from Asia to Australia. Voters have long disliked particular parties, ...
The sparky 32-year-old with an infectiously broad Irish accent and long white-blonde hair won the nation's hearts in 2014 after taking Britain's first ever Winter Paralympic gold medal at Sochi. She was a shoo-in for a medal in Pyeongchang too, until her crash in training last January left her unable to train or ...
But gender politics has largely been seen as territory too fraught for the Queen to enter, which is why the emergence of Britain's first woke princess is a significant moment. It will either confirm that feminism has simply become received wisdom – that equality is now such an utterly conventional, mainstream ...
While membership and active support for far-right groups such as the British National Party and Britain First is at its lowest point in 25 years, such ... “From the comfort and safety of their own homes, these keyboard warriors can engage in far-right politics by watching YouTube videos, visiting far-right ...
For most of the post-war period, “getting active” required finding a party, joining, canvassing, knocking on doors, dishing out leaflets and attending meetings. Now, from the comfort and safety of their own homes, these extremist keyboard warriors can engage in far-right politics by watching YouTube videos, ...
Donald Trump's retweeting of Britain First videos in November last year illustrated in miniature the relationship between mainstream politics, the media and the far right. A racist political group built up a following far larger than its tiny group of real activists by using social media to broadcast anti-immigrant ...
This grand coalition between her party, the conservative CDU, and the second largest party, the socialist SPD, creates a very odd big tent between ... The Commonwealth Fund, despite ranking Britain first overall for our health service, actually showed that we came last where it matters: in health outcomes.
London: Jim Molan says he is anti-violence. This is precisely why he should admit that reposting Britain First material on Facebook was wrong. As anyone who has spent time in the UK recently knows, it is a group linked to deadly violence. Founded in 2011 by a Scottish anti-abortionist called Jim Dowson, ...
In its own words, Britain First is a "patriotic political party and street movement that opposes and fights the many injustices that are routinely inflicted on the British people." With just shy of two million likes on Facebook - but a current ban on Twitter - the group have a huge platform - and they claim to have ...
Almost four decades after Margaret Thatcher rose to power as Britain's first female prime minister, the BBC has ordered a landmark documentary series on the iconic and divisive leader. “Thatcher,” a five-hour look at the politician dubbed the “Iron Lady,” will go out on BBC Two in the U.K.. BBC Studios will ...
A new political party with access to up to £50m in funding has been secretly under development for more than a year by a network of entrepreneurs, ... Senior figures from the worlds of business and charity are understood to be involved, as well as former supporters of the main parties, including a number of ...


 

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