Members and supporters of the British Veterans Group, British National Party, English Defence League, English Volunteer Force and South East Alliance assembled outside the Old Bailey on 18 November where they protested against the Islamification of Britain and to bring back capital punishment.
Members and supporters of the Conservative Party, Labour Party and Liberal Democrats did not attend the protests and many of their top ranking members, including British Prime Minister David Cameron, still appear on the UAF list of shame
as founding signatories
to the organisation, which had accused Islamist extremist Michael Adebolajo as a speaker at their Harrow rally in 2009.
UAF speaker Michael Adebolajo
and co-accused Michael Adebowale appeared in court charged with murdering Lee Rigby as he walked back to Woolwich Barracks in London on 22 May 2013 and also attempting to murder a police officer on the same day.