RIGHT-WING Activist Jayda Fransen has QUIT Britain First.
The ex-deputy leader of the controversial party said that she will no longer be involved with the party describing “a new beginning.’
In a statement, Fransen said: “Over the past five years, I have enjoyed a leadership role within the Britain First movement.”
Describing her years at Britain First she added: “That chapter of my life is now finished but an exciting and imperative new chapter is about to commence.”
Fransen, 33 who was jailed in March last year along with Britain First chief Paul Golding said: “Now that I am no longer confined to a cell I can shortly reveal what I have just spent 9 months in jail preparing for.”
“Something big is coming… the new FIGHTBACK!”
The tweets which were branded “anti-Muslim” and “Far-Right” by the mainstream media, involved a Muslim man smashing a statue of The Virgin Mary among others.
The group had over 1.9m Facebook likes and steady reach into the timelines of millions across the UK – frankly, they had a major influence, but soon after the RT’s the group were REMOVED from Facebook in a purge and its leaders ended up in jail.
This is a developing story.