Britain First chief Paul Golding has bail extended over hate charges
Britain First leader Paul Golding has been granted continuing bail in Ballymena in connection with hate charges.
Among the four charges are two counts of being in possession of matter intended to stir up hatred last October.
The 36-year-old, whose address was given as Shore Crescent in Belfast, appeared at the town's Magistrates Court yesterday.
A co-accused, with a different address at Shore Crescent, was also in the dock. Lee Daniel Brown (28) is charged with displaying and distributing written material intending to stir up hatred in Ballymena last October.
Both men were released on continuing bail. Their cases were adjourned until next month.