Twitter has suspended the accounts of two leaders of a British anti-Islam party shortly after revising its rules on hate speech.
Paul Golding, Britain First’s leader, and Jayda Fransen, his deputy, can no longer tweet and their past posts no longer appear.
The party’s official Twitter page has suffered the same fate.
It appears that three of Ms Fransen’s posts that President Trump retweeted have gone from his feed as a result.
The messages had featured anti-Muslim videos and proved highly controversial when the American leader shared them in November.
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said it had been “wrong for the president to have done this”.
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