Leader of Racist, Far-Right Britain First Accused of Domestic Assault

The leader of a racist U.K. group was caught admitting to assaulting two women, including a deputy leader of his group, the BBC reports. Hes the latest far-right leader accused of domestic violence in recent years. Paul Golding is the leader of Britain First, a militant racist group that has conducted raids on U.K. mosques and led Christian patrols in Londons streets. The group justifies its attacks on Muslims and immigrants by accusing them of attacking white British women. But in a recording released by the BBC, Golding appears to admit to hitting two women himself, including former Britain First deputy Jayda Fransen. The recording highlights a strong trend of misogyny on the far right, which often uses anti-feminism to …