Four due in court over far-right group stickers

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Four men are due in court accused of putting up stickers supporting a banned far-right extremist group at a university campus.

The men were charged after three National Action-branded labels were discovered by security staff at Aston University in July last year.

Chad Williams-Allen, Dean Lloyd, Gary Jack and Alexander Deakin appeared at magistrates' court last month accused of displaying offensive material likely to stir up racial hatred.

The men are due in court today to enter pleas to the charges.

Williams-Allen and Lloyd, both 26, of Tantany Lane, West Bromwich, WestMidlands, Jack, 21, of Heathland Road, and Deakin, 22, both of Birmingham, will all appear at Birmingham Crown Court.