Britain First leaders plead not guilty to alleged hate crimes

Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen leaving Sevenoaks Magistrates Court Credit: ITV

The leaders of the controversial far-right political group Britain First will stand trial for religiously aggravated harassment.

It's alleged Paul Golding and his deputy Jayda Fransen posted videos online during the trial of three muslim men and one teenager in Kent.

The both pleaded not guilty today when they appeared at Sevenoaks Magistrates Court.

They live in Penge, south east London, and have been given conditional bail until their trial.

Abigail Bracken reports.