A former deputy leader of Britain First has been sentenced to 180 hours community service over a speech she made in Belfast.
Jayda Fransen, 33, was found guilty of stirring up hatred during a speech about Islam in August 2017.
She was also convicted for separate comments at a peace wall in the city.
Convicting Fransen, of Moat Avenue in Donaghadee, County Down, a judge said her words were “a general, vehement attack against a religious group”.
The speech was made during the “Northern Ireland Against Terrorism” event two years ago.