Anjem Choudary has told us his group is still planning a protest on the day of the Royal Wedding, despite being banned from demonstrating near Westminster Abbey.
It was revealed on Tuesday that the Metropolitan Police turned down a formal request by the group Muslims Against Crusades, saying they would not allow extremists to turn the occasion into a "nightmare".
But now the cleric has confirmed two of his group's supporters plan to meet police on Thursday to renew efforts to conduct a protest as close to the Royal procession route as possible.
Although senior officers denied permission for a demonstration near the Abbey, they have little in the way of powers to stop protests elsewhere in the capital.
Police fear the possibility of disorder, as rival protest group the English Defence League has already warned it will hold a counter-demonstration should the Muslims Against Crusades protest go ahead.