This week British police under its special operation arrested eleven men aged 22 to 35 years – members of the country banned far-right organization, National Action, who are suspected, in particular, in the preparation of terrorist acts.
About it writes on Wednesday, September 27, the British newspaper the Daily Mail.
Six suspects were detained on the territory of North-East England, two in Wales, two in West Yorkshire and one in Wiltshire.
Recall that National Action – national socialist youth movement, whose members are prohibited by Statute from disclosing any information concerning the organization.
An investigation by the Daily Mirror newspaper in June 2014 established that the leader of National Action is 25-year-old Benjamin Raymond, a graduate of the faculty of political Sciences at the University of Essex
During the interview one of the members of this group it became known that the National Action requires to introduce legislation in article 28, which prohibits the promotion of homosexuality in schools. Management also took a very tough stand against immigrants and considers it necessary to forbid blacks to cross the borders of their country.