Far right leader walks free claiming he was the victim of ‘fascist onslaught’

The leader of far right group Britain First refused to give his phone PIN number to police claiming he was the victim of a ‘fascist onslaught,’ a court heard. Paul Golding, 38, was arrested at Heathrow airport when he refused to give counter terrorism police access to the device when was returning from a trip to Russia. Golding was ‘agitated and clearly angry’ about being picked up and started shouting at the officers and only complied after they told him…

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