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Should Britain First be classed as an extremist group?

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Love or Hate? Take a go of our British politics game

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Chairman of the Stroud branch of UKIP Stuart Francis-Love was questioned over Jill Dando's murder

A former SAS weapons instructor from Stonehouse who was questioned over the doorstep killing of television presenter Jill Dando in 1999 has lost an appeal against police refusal of a firearms licence. Stuart Francis-Love, 61, of Middle Yard, King's Stanley, Stonehouse, who is chairman of the Stroud branch of UKIP, was originally refused a firearms licence because of his past convictions for causing grievous bodily harm and for possession of ammunition and an AK47 Kalashnikov assault rifle without a certificate.

Mr Francis-Love, who had been in the RAF before joining the Special Air Service based in Hereford, appeared at Gloucester Crown Court yesterday when Judge Jamie Tabor QC rejected his appeal against the police decision.
After the hearing Mr Francis-Love spoke out about the time in 1999 when two Ministry of Defence police officers interviewed him and asked him if he had killed Jill Dando.
"Ammunition and explosives had been found in a locker at Shorncliff Barracks in Kent an…

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