The leaders of far-right extremist group Britain First were sentenced for anti-Muslim hate crimes on Wednesday.
The leader, Paul Golding, and deputy leader Jayda Fransen will serve 18 and 36 weeks respectively. Golding was convicted for religiously aggravated harassment. Her deputy, Fransen, was found guilty on three counts of the same offence.
The two were arrested in May 2017 after distributing leaflets and posting videos during a rape trial, where three Muslim men and a teenager were facing...


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