Mostly male, shaven-headed and white, they can be found in almost any of Britain’s urban centres – a jostling crowd beneath a thicket of placards and Crosses of St. George.
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Labour MP Simon Danczuk, the MP who recently clashed with Owen Jones on the Daily Politics over the Spending Review, has a piece in today’s Telegraph in which he writes that the politics of the Labour left “should be viewed in the same way as we view the views of the BNP”.
Nick Griffin, the leader of the British National Party (BNP), has been talking and writing about Syria an awful lot of late. But he’s been talking and writing about Syria an awful lot more since he returned from a visit to the country last month.
Yesterday Ed Miliband made another step in reframing Labour’s position on immigration. With Ukip surging in the polls and likely to come first in next year’s European elections, and the media already beginning their racist attacks on Bulgarians and Romanians, Labour has a choice. They can follow the Conservatives in drifting to the right in the hope of choking off Ukip support or they can offer a positive, more progressive alternative that deals with concerns over immigration but in a wider context.
It is better to have the BNP in politics than to have their supporters outside the process, becoming ever more violent and disengaged, writes Kevin Meagher.
Fascists across Europe could benefit from European Union money – with legitimate parties suffering cuts to their funding.
Andrew Brons MEP – who quit the BNP last month – has formed a new far-right party with fellow ex-BNPers, Holocaust deniers, racists and anti-Semites.
Dr Matthew Goodwin writes about his report which revealed UKIP supporters are more extreme and closer to the BNP than Nigel Farage would have us believe.
There is a real possibility that in this year’s French presidential elections the far right Front National could increase their support, writes Sanchia Alasia.
Shamik Das looks at the “New Right”, aka BNP lite.