Jayda Fransen

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Jayda Fransen

Deputy Leader of Britain First
In office
July 2014 – January 2019

Leader of Britain First (acting)
In office
December 2016 – June 2017
Preceded by Paul Golding
Succeeded by Paul Golding

Born March 1986
Political party Britain First (formerly)
Religion Christianity

Jayda Kaleigh Fransen (b. March 1986)[1] is a British nationalist, anti-Islam and anti-immigration political activist, who has served as the deputy leader of British political party Britain First.


On 9 May 2019, Fransen was punished for exercising her right to free speech. Fransen was sentenced to 180 hours of community service for a speech in Belfast criticising the political philosophy Islam, of which no violence occurred as a result.

In May 2021, Fransen endured bullying from Scottish far-left dictator and SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon, who falsely claimed that she was a "fascist" (despite Sturgeon's own party's links to Nazi Germany) and a "racist".[2]

On 26 June 2023, Fransen commented on LGBT+ agenda mercenaries advocating abortion during the "Pride Month" demonstrations, describing them as "the pro-murder squad" and commenting that LGBT and abortion have the same effect of low birth rates.[3]

Political positions

Fransen is a fervent critic of Islam and what she calls the "Islamification of Britain". Fransen was arrested in Belfast for calling Islam the "biggest threat against the entire world".[4]