Groups including the British National Party, the English Defence League, the National Front and Britain First have been removed from the social network and from the Facebook-owned image-posting site Instagram.
Facebook also barred prominent members of those groups and a neo-Nazi who has been convicted of plotting to kill a British lawmaker.
Facebook said Thursday that the banned groups and individuals had violated its policy against those “who proclaim a violent or hateful mission or are engaged in acts of hate or violence.”
Labour Party legislator Yvette Cooper, a member of Parliament’s Home Affairs Select Committee, said the action was “long overdue” and social media firms needed “to take far-right extremism much more seriously.’
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