Yesterday, the Home Office began their campaign of banning ‘far right’ groups.

The now ‘proscribed’ group was, admittedly, a small and extreme bunch of idiots, who gave our cause a bad name, and I am actually glad to see the back of them!

However, the most significant fact about this ban is that, whilst they may have been a bunch of morons, they were NOT terrorists.

This comes just a week after Labour MP, Louise Haigh, stood up in Parliament and demanded that Britain First be BANNED as a organisation (proscribed).

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Shockingly, Ms. Haigh was assured by the Leader of the House that he would refer her request to the Home Officer for consideration!

Almost immediately after, articles and videos in the media started to appear discussing how the government is preparing to ban certain “far-right groups”.

Then, the Britain First press office starts to receive enquiries asking for comment on the issue.

The government has powers to ban certain groups under the Terrorism Act 2000 and has proscribed over a hundred different groups and organisations.

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Our leadership team immediately convened an emergency meeting to discuss the situation and how we would deal with such an event.

After seeking legal advice, we determined that it is simply a matter of being prepared for when the government “tries its luck” and attempts to ban us.

The Home Office could start work tomorrow morning at 9am and simply ban Britain First and shut us down within a few hours!

We would then need to rapidly apply to the High Court in London for a “judicial review”, but without the ability to raise funds any longer.

Our only chance of survival then Adrian, is to raise the £10,000 we would need in advance, before it’s too late.

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Whilst we have been assured by our legal representatives that we would successfully overturn any such ban in the High court, the government still might “chance its arm” and take the risk anyway, on the assumption that we don’t have £10,000 stashed away to fight back.

We simply must raise these funds right now Adrian to protect ourselves, or we could be caught drastically off guard.

If we are banned by the Home Office, we would have to close everything: our Facebook page, our website, our phone lines, email accounts, cease activities, everything!

At that stage our only hope of survival is to get into the High Court quickly, so we must be prepared.

This is perhaps the most important email Britain First has ever sent out and I need your support as a true and dedicated patriot.

Target: £10,000
Raised so far: £4,020
Patriot Name: Adrian Bonnington
Suggested action: Chip in £10

This is a battle that we are guaranteed to win, but only if we have the resources to fight!

The reason Britain First is under such ferocious assault by our enemies is that they are terrified of the potential of our movement and our rapid growth in size.

Choose one of the buttons below  and send a small and affordable financial gift to our ‘High Court Fighting Fund’ today and I will update you tomorrow on our progress:

Yours sincerely,

Britain First

Jayda Fransen
Acting Leader