While the far-right is pushing hard for Angela Merkel to lose in its national elections in September, the German Chancellor has a card up her sleeve: Donald Trump himself.
It seems that far-right parties across Europe want to dish it out but cannot take critical reporting of their own activities.
The leader of the far-right in France is running into a big problem with her upcoming Presidential election campaign: she can’t raise the money for it.
The French newspaper Le Monde is reporting that the Front National leader is facing an investigation into how the party pays its aides.
Marine Le Pen, the leader of the far-right National Front party in France, isn’t that eager to leave the EU or see the Euro collapse, it seems.
As soon as the terror attack hit Berlin last week, far-right figures across Europe held German Chancellor Angela Merkel responsible, for giving shelter to Syrian refugees.
The last time the British government banned a far-right group was in the 1940s, when British Union of Fascists was proscribed.
Two police forces have today confirmed they are investigating comments made by a far-right leader back in March. Which prompts the question, why did it take so long?
While attention is still focused on Islamic extremists, the number of far-rightsympathisers referred to the counter-terrorism programme has exploded.
The murderer of former MP Jo Cox was a student of far-right politics including the KKK and neo-Nazi movements, a court heard today.