BBC political editor Nick Robinson had a lot of explaining to do after unwittingly posing for a photo with a Britain First candidate at the Rochester and Strood by-election count.
He admitted in a series of tweets following a backlash on Twitter he had made a mistake in having a photo taken without asking first who it was with.
Robinson had wrongly assumed that the far-right candidate, Jayda Fransen (above with Robinson), was "a worker at the count".
Fransen was running for election in the Rochester and Strood by-election - won by Ukip's Mark Reckless - representing Britain First, a far-right party formed in 2011 by breakaway members of the BNP.
Robinson isn't the first person Fransen has apparently caught out in such a way.
In October three Ukip campaigners posed for a picture with her in Rochester, where both they and Fransen were campaigning for their respective parties.
A Ukip spokesperson told The Independent: "We have no connection with Britain First and reject any association with them."
Fransen received just 56 votes (0.14 per cent of the total) in the Rochester and Strood by-election.
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