After being forced to take his "Don't Fund Terrorism" sign down following threats from the police, shopkeeper Fletcher met with a lawyer and has put the sign back up — and it's bigger and better than ever!
Earlier this week, I told you about Rachel, a school employee who suspended from work after going to our UK March Against Hate. She was even told she couldn't come pick up her own kids from the school.
Rachel Booth is a lunchtime employee at Moor Nook Primary School in Preston, a small town in the North of England. After footage of her at the UK Against Hate march in Manchester surfaced, Rachel found herself being called into the head teacher's office.
I'm back in Sunderland at Fletchers store. Now with the legal advice of a solicitor, and thanks to your support, this shopkeeper's "Don't Fund Terrorism" sign is going back up!
Our new “Justice for Chelsey” billboard just went up in Chelsey’s home town of Sunderland and it’s huge!
Last weekend I was one of many diverse speakers at a rally in Manchester.
Despite the rain, the people of Sunderland and the surrounding areas came together to show their support for Chelsey Wright, a young woman who was raped by refugees — who police refuse to charge.
You know about the terrible crimes committed against Chelsey Wright of Sunderland, U.K.
Following three unprecedented terror attacks on the UK in just 72 days, Tommy Robinson, the Rebel and a host of others from different organizations, communities and backgrounds are standing up to say 'no more'.