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    The leader of the Britain First far-right political party says that the upcoming march against the "Jewification of Britain" is nothing but an apparent provocation.

    MOSCOW, (Sputnik), Alexander Mosesov — The upcoming 'Liberate Stamford Hill' march against the Shomrim Jewish safety patrol in London is just a big provocation, leader of the Britain First far-right political party Paul Golding told Sputnik on Tuesday.

    UK and Israeli media earlier reported that nationalists in London would march through the city's Jewish-populated neighborhood of Stamford Hill on March 22 to protest the "Jewification of Britain."

    "It's a great, big, massive windup," Golding told Sputnik commenting on the allegedly planned nationalist march.

    Britain First's leader continued by saying that Joshua Bonehill, the organizer of the 'Liberate Stamford Hill' march, is just a "prankster."

    "Joshua Bonehill is not even his real name. He basically challenges himself with these little pranks to see how much trouble he can stir up," Golding said.

    As for Bonehill's claims that the Shomrim safety patrols were forcing women to walk on one side of the road, Golding described them as "rubbish."

    UK anti-fascist groups have already promised to stop the demonstration. Recently, the United Kingdom has seen a surge in inter-religious differences as Christian patrols were launched in the country in response to Sharia patrols, enforcing Sharia law in predominantly Muslim-populated areas.

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