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Counter-terror police vow to thwart rise in violence driven by extreme-right ideologies.
Nigel Farage is due to address a rally held by the German far-right political party Alternative für Deutschland (AfD).
Beer can thrown towards about 10 people from March for Change protest before mounted police intervene.
‘It’s time to f*** s*** up,’ extremists threaten after parliament moves to block no-deal Brexit.
Union says police need to do more to counter ‘surge in violent extremism against journalists and media workers’.
After Trump, Brexit, and Bolsonaro, Europe was supposed to be next in last weekend’s elections. The last reliably democratic global power, drowned in the fake news and hate of the far right. / To meet this historic threat, Avaaz exposed and forced the takedown of likely the largest disinformation networks EVER.
Once an obscure idea confined to the darker corners of the internet, the anti-Islam ideology is now visible in the everyday politics of the west. How did this happen?
An alleged far-right terrorist has admitted stabbing a Bulgarian teenager after shouting that he wanted to “kill Muslims”.
The far right does not seize power. It is invited in to power by mainstream conservatives, who boast of their commitment to free societies. They do it for partisan gain.
Far-right activist claimed he helped with Boris Johnson’s resignation speech as foreign secretary.
Emma Briant, an academic expert on disinformation at George Washington University, has unearthed new e-mails that appear to reveal the earliest documented role played by Bannon in Brexit.
Political extremism has increased since the 2016 Brexit referendum, the head of terrorism investigations in the North West has told BBC Radio Manchester.
A 51-year-old immigrant has been elected mayor of a town in eastern Germany after beating a candidate from the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party in a campaign that drew international attention.
ID’s influence doubtful, however, after falling short in aim to become third-biggest bloc.
Nigel Farage’s Brexit party has been in talks to join the far-right group in the European parliament and is keeping its options open about its future allies, a spokesman for the party has said.
I am everything that Brexit Party activists despise: an immigration success story, a woman in a position of power and a proud evangelist for the European Union.
Donald Tusk hails "pro-EU majority" in European Parliament after populists under-perform expectations. / Seeing Britain's botched attempt to leave the European Union has vaccinated other EU countries against euroscepticism, the president of the European Council has said.
A plot to kill a Labour MP and a police officer was only disrupted after an informant within the neo-Nazi group National Action blew the whistle. Robbie Mullen passed the details on to Hope Not Hate’s Matthew Collins.
Avaaz uncovers 500 accounts using fake news to spread white supremacy message. / A web of far-right Facebook accounts spreading fake news and hate speech to millions of people across Europe has been uncovered by the campaign group Avaaz.
Farage was a guest at the event alongside people who have praised Putin and spread far-right memes. The Brexit Party leader asked them for money and “all the help we can get”.
The Brexit Party has refused to rule out joining a new alliance far-right parties in the European Parliament, fuelling concerns that Nigel Farage could link up with extremist parties once safely re-elected.
Since the Brexit vote in 2016, Ukip is no longer primarily concerned with attacking the EU. Now led by Gerard Batten, the party has started to normalise far-right ideas and has given roles to figures including Tommy Robinson.
Politicians from mainstream parties across Europe have called on voters to shun the far right in this week’s European elections after Austria’s vice-chancellor resigned over a video sting that showed him offering public contracts in exchange for financial and campaign backing.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has condemned an apparent far-right surge ahead of next week’s European elections, likening it to Nazi Germany. / In a speech at a campaign event in Bootle on Saturday, Mr Corbyn drew a comparison to 1930s Germany as he attacked the far-right for “simplistic answers which can only breed hatred and division.”
Two high court judges have said fresh proceedings can be brought against Tommy Robinson for alleged contempt of court over the filming of people involved in a criminal trial.