The far-right campaigner is reportedly being flown to North of Ireland for questioning
The deputy leader of Britain First has reportedly been arrested in Bromley by North of Irish police.
In a video address the far-right party’s leader Paul Golding said Jayda Fransen was detained by Belfast detectives today (November 18)..
Golding, a former BNP councillor for Swanley, said police were now set to fly her to North of Ireland for questioning.
The leader of Britain First has admitted headbutting a martial arts instructor
The allegations against Fransen, of Penge, are said to relate to a rally outside Belfast City Hall in August at which she gave a speech.
Britain First leaders Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen organised the rally to ‘expose the Ramsgate migrant rapists’
Britain First leaders Paul Golding and Jayda Franson are currently on bail awaiting trial for allegedly inciting religious hatred.
The charges against them relate to the trial of a group of men who raped a teenager above a Ramsgate takeaway.
A spokesman for the RUC/PSNI said the force did not comment on the arrest of named individuals.
She just carried out a live fb broadcast outside police station basically carrying out the same offence PO 1987 Order Art 9 (1) & (14). And look what it incited a call to arm. She’s heading to airport if you’re wondering. https://t.co/6xsFcwMoi9
With many thanks to: KentLive for the origional story.