Britain First activists from the North West held a huge anti-grooming banner across a busy road in Manchester, attracting massive support from passing motorists.
An endless stream of motorists either beeped their horns or waved to our activists.
The next target town on our list of Islamist grooming hotspots is Burnley, in Lancashire.
Grooming gangs have been exposed operating in Burnley, including a gang that raped a 12-year-old girl, took her to a drug den and passed her around like a piece of meat.
At the end of an 18-month ordeal, the young girl fell pregnant.
Horrific examples like above are happening in towns like Burnley nationwide, mostly ignored by the fake news media.
Britain First activists have visited grooming hotspots nationwide as part of our campaign 'Operation Downes'.
There are an estimated 250,000 underage victims of Islamist grooming gangs across the country.
The most famous examples are Rotherham, Rochdale and Telford, but there are dozens of other hotspots.
Starting earlier this year, Britain First launched a relentless wave of activities designed to combat this scourge.
The latest hotspot to be visited is Bolton, in the North West, on the outskirts of Greater Manchester.
After raising the funds to build a new BFD training centre, Paul Golding visited the new premises to film a thank you video.
Britain First returned to the Sussex town of Crawley and found huge support for our movement among local residents.
A tiny handful of local left-wing idiots alerted the communist groups 'Stand Up To racism' and the UAF, who quickly tweeted for reinforcements to head for Crawley.
It took these miscreants hours to travel to Crawley and when they arrived, they were the most repulsive specimens of society.
Britain First campaigned for hours in the town until a rag-tag gaggle of left-wing degenerates and Islamists turned up.
The police then threatened Britain First with arrest and confiscated our PA system to pressure us to leave town.
Last Sunday evening, anti-terror police ambushed our head of security Sam Cochrane at Belfast airport and confiscated his mobile phone.
This was an exact re-run of what they did to party leader Paul Golding last November when he returned from Moscow.
Britain First immediately mobilised and ordered our legal team to dispatch harshly-worded legal letters and within two days 'SO15 Counter Terrorism Command' caved in and returned Sam's phone.
This is another great victory for our movement against the gestapo police bullies.
The North East activists of Britain First held a mid-week activity in the town of Gateshead.
Our activists held a 'White Lives Matter' banner over the busy M1 motorway, attracting huge support from passing motorists!
Following this, they headed to a nearby retail park to mass leaflet hundreds of cars.
The Eastern region of Britain First - led by Regional Organiser Geoff Miles - hit the streets of Chelmsford in Essex recently to recruit new members.
Essex is a target county for Britain First due to the huge numbers of 'White Flight' English residents who have moved out of multicultural London.
Britain First is back on the streets in Northern Ireland following a recruitment blitz in eight towns and estates across Belfast and county Antrim.
Northern Ireland is a target region for our movement and we intend to re-establish a serious presence across this part of the kingdom.
Activists from the north of England hit the streets of Manchester at the weekend, delivering nearly 1,000 recruitment leaflets.
The only hostility on the day occurred when a rabid left-wing thug confronted several of our female activists.
This big set man was brave enough to square up to several Britain First ladies.
Activists from our South East region held a well received recruitment drive in the Sussex town of Crawley.
The police had tipped off the local Labour Party, approximately ten of whom turned out to oppose Britain First.
Party leader Paul Golding humiliated a local Labour councillor who called him a 'racist' by referencing the fact that the Labour Party is under official investigation for racism against Jewish people, only the second time this has happened in British political history!
The left-wing opposition posted to Twitter claiming that they had 'run Britain First out of town' despite the fact our activists campaigned in the shopping district for several hours.
When the police threatened to arrest our activists using coronavirus legislation, our activists left the town centre and headed off for a social in a local nearby public house.
Despite the Labour Party and Antifa opposition, the local English residents of Crawley showed their support many times over for Britain First, some even asking to pose with our activists for a photo behind our South East region banner.
Paul Golding posed for several selfies with local supporters.
Hot on the heels of our confrontation of Bradford social services, Britain First travelled to the grooming hotspot of Oldham, Greater Manchester.
Our team visited mosques, take-aways and taxi ranks to raise awareness of the scourge of Islamist grooming gangs in the town.
Oldham social services are under investigation for failing the victims of Islamist grooming gangs, but the council was closed due to the coronavirus.
The highly active midlands region was out again at the weekend spreading the message in the town of nuneaton.
Nuneaton is also the town where a huge and notorious Sharia Court is based.
The Yorkshire town of Bradford is notorious as a stronghold for radical Islam and Islamist grooming gangs.
In particular, the social services in the town have failed miserably to protect the young victims of grooming gangs through fear of being called 'racist'.
Britain First travelled to the town to confront social services and ended up speaking to the deputy director, a Muslim who refused to answer questions.
Britain First activists descended on the town of Taunton in Somerset at the weekend and offloaded over 1,000 recruitment leaflets.
Regional Organiser Sharon Workman led the action in the town, with massive support but still the odd incident of hostility.
Britain is being invaded on a daily basis by migrants who cross from Calais to Dover on small vessels.
When they get to the half way mark in the English Channel, they are intercepted by our coastguard and instead of being turned around and sent back to France, they are brought back to Dover.
This silent invasion has been ongoing for years now and the authorities are doing nothing to stop it.
On the contrary, our coastguard is acting as a taxi service for migrant crossings and bringing them to our shores where they are given benefits and other perks that are unavailable to the average British citizen.
Britain First decided to confront the coastguard at Dover over their complete lack of interest in stopping this migrant invasion.
Britain First activists in Northern Ireland have swung back into action with a recruitment drive in the town of Antrim, near Belfast.
Middlesbrough has witnessed some high profile Islamist grooming gang scandals over the last few years.
As part of our national anti-grooming campaign 'Operation Downes', a Britain First team visited Middlesbrough police station to confront them for their lacklustre efforts to tackle this issue.
Activists from our North East region hit the streets of Sunderland recently, distributing new recruitment leaflets.
Led by able Regional Organiser Joe Cobb, our support and membership in this crucial region is rapidly expanding.
Our regional team has plans to hold days of action in Newcastle, Middlesborough, South Shields, Middlesborough and Durham.
Parliament recently passed laws limiting gatherings to just six people in response to recent protests that breached the coronavirus lockdown.
As expected, these new laws are not being applied to the extreme left-wing Black Lives Matter, only to everyone else.
Black Lives Matter is allowed to gather whenever and however they want, regardless of the law.
Meanwhile, parties and outdoor raves are being clamped down on because the have to supposedly enforce 'social distancing'.
There is one rule for Black Lives Matter and another for everyone else.
To highlight this scandalous situation, where the police are openly not enforcing the law, Britain First travelled to Harrogate police station.
The next day, a Black Lives Matter protest was due to take place in the town.
Watch as Paul Golding confronts a senior sergeant in the station.
Britain First is back in action and at the weekend hit the streets of Salford, Greater Manchester.
Led by Regional Organiser Ashlea Simon, our team distributed new recruitment leaflets.
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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.
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