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Britain First founder quits over mosque invasions which attract “racists and extremists”

The founder of ultra-right Britain First has quit the group over its “unchristian” paramilitary-style "mosque invasions".

Former church minister and British National Party member Jim Dowson told the Mirror the raids are “provocative and counterproductive”.

He added that they were attracting “racists and extremists” to the organisation, which has taken over from the British National Party and the English Defence League as the biggest far-right threat in the UK.

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David Cameron and the Russian diplomat link to Vladimir Putin spies

David Cameron is embroiled in a ferocious row over a top Russian diplomat with links to Vladimir Putin’s powerful spy agencies.

Sergey Nalobin has joined mega-rich Tory donors hobnobbing with the PM and Cabinet ministers at glittering party fundraisers, we can reveal.

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Last Updated on Saturday, 26 July 2014 23:59

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UAF open letter to Oxford media

Thanks to everyone who signed the "National Front not welcome here" open letter that condemned their cynical attempt to exploit the suffering of Oxfordshire victims of abuse to stir up race hatred against Muslim men.

Thanks also to the 60+ people who have left their mobiles to recieve a text should the NF be spotted on Saturday so we can immediately form a counter protest to their racist lies don't go unchallenged.  

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2014 13:16

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The pro-Putin Brit fanatic plotting a Russian takeover of Europe - from flat in Doncaster

This is the bespectacled young British extremist plotting to inspire a Russian takeover of Europe – from a flat above a second-hand car salesroom in Doncaster.

Thomas Scott-Chambers, 28, is head of dangerous new pro-Russia group Za Rossiu, meaning For Russia, which backs President Vladimir Putin’s incursions on Ukraine.

the pro-putin brit fanatic

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Teacher banned for life appointed to replace Nick Griffin as BNP leader

Nick Griffin has been replaced as leader of the British National party, the far-right group has announced.

The BNP's website said Adam Walker, a former teacher who this year was struck off the teaching register for life, had been appointed acting chairman after Griffin "stepped aside", two months after he lost the party's only seat at the European parliament in a disastrous set of election results.

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