A British tribunal ruled, Tuesday, that the government was wrong to deny Dutch politician Geert Wilders entry into the United Kingdom.
Wilders, chairman of the Dutch Freedom Party, was invited to show his movie Fitna to the British House of Lords in February. The movie confronts Islamic violence, showing verses of the Koran alongside images of terrorism.
In response, the U.K. government refused to allow him in, claiming he was a threat to public order.
Wilders went ahead with the trip and was turned back by immigration officials at Heathrow airport.
He says he plans to travel to Britain soon.