Far-right terror group proscribed
Terrorist organisation, Feuerkrieg Division, is banned in the UK.
The far-right terrorist group Feuerkrieg Division recently (17 July 2020) became a proscribed terrorist organisation in the UK, after an order laid in Parliament on Monday (13 July) came into force.
This means that members or individuals who invite support for Feuerkrieg Division could face up to 10 years in prison.
The group has been added to the list of proscribed organisations.
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