Jayda Fransen

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Convicting Fransen, of Moat Avenue in Donaghadee, Co Down, District Judge George Conner said her public expressions amounted to ‘a general, vehement attack against a religious group’. She was told to return to Belfast Magistrates’ Court for sentencing in May. File photograph: Getty Images

A former deputy leader of far-right group Britain First has been convicted of stirring up hatred towards Muslims in Northern Ireland. Jayda Fransen (...)

Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen addresses the media outside Belfast Laganside Magistrates.  She will face trial in April. Photograph:  Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

The deputy leader of far-right group Britain First is to go on trial over alleged hate speeches in Belfast, it was confirmed in court on Tuesday. Ja(...)

Jayda Fransen (31) has been charged with threatening behaviour over remarks made earlier this week beside a peace wall in Belfast.  Photograph: Mark Marlow/PA Wire.

The deputy leader of far-right group Britain First has been released on bail after appearing in court in Belfast charged over comments posted about Is(...)

Paul Golding (left), leader of Britain First, and the group’s deputy leader Jayda Fransen (right) arriving at Belfast’s Laganside Courts on Thursday. Photograph: Mark Marlow/PA Wire.

The two most senior figures in far-right group Britain First were both arrested at a court in Belfast today. Deputy leader Jayda Fransen was detaine(...)

US president Donald Trump shouts at journalists from across the South Lawn of the White House on Wednesday as he leaves for  St Charles, Missouri, to address a rally. Photograph: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

British prime minister Theresa May has led widespread condemnation of US president Donald Trump after he shared three anti-Muslim videos on Twitter. (...)