belfast - The British police have arrested the leader of the extreme right-wing movement Britain First. Paul Golding (35) had gone to a court in Belfast to support his right hand Jayda Fransen. Agents still arrested him before the session.
The 31-year-old French had to report to the court because they would have passed the letter in August during a speech in the Northern Irish city. She is suspected of 'threatening and insulting' language, reports British media. Golding too would have been arrested because of the investigation into that manifestation.
The police arrested Fransen again after the hearing, this time because of another matter. They are probably messages that they left behind on social media, but the authorities have not confirmed this. The number two of Britain First achieved worldwide fame last month by US President Donald Trump, who shared her tweets with anti-Muslim movies via the messaging site.