BRITAIN First’s leader Paul Golding has been left with a ‘broken nose’ after being attacked by two Muslim inmates at HMP Elmley.
Britain First said in a statement posted online: “Britain First HQ has just been informed that our leader, Paul Golding has been attacked inside HMP Elmley by two Muslim men.”
“Staff at HMP Elmley are considering moving Paul to another prison for his own safety.”
According to sources, Police are investigating the alleged attack.
Golding, 36 and his deputy leader Jayda Fransen, 32, were found guilty of ‘religiously aggravated harassment’ by a British court on March 5.
Fransen was jailed for 36 weeks in prison and Golding was jailed for 18 weeks.