– They distributed leaflets to promote religious hatred.
– They have been charged to court for religiously aggravated harassment.
Both the British leaders, Paul Golding, 35 and the deputy leader, Jayda Fransen 31 have been charged to court for the offence of religiously aggravated harassment.
This is because they distributed leaflets which was used to promote religious hatred in Canterbury and Thanet.
While Golding was charged with three counts of religiously aggravated harassment, Fransen was charged with four.
It should be noted that during a trial that was held at Canterbury Crown Court in May, they were also accused of posting videos online.
This trial had involved a teenager and three Muslim men who were convicted of rape and were eventually jailed.
They were bailed and are now expected to appear before the Medway magistrates on the 17th of October.