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STATE OF HATE 2020


The traditional far right parties lie in tatters, the threat of violent far right extremists is on the rise.

At the same time, far right ideas have entered the mainstream.

We must face that evolving threat with courage and a willingness to adapt to the challenges it presents.

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COVID-19 and the far right
Exploiting the pandemic
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State of Hate 2020
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Inside "Keep Talking" - the secret, antisemitic, conspiracy theorist group.
Exposed
Coronavirus and the far right

No, the mosques aren’t open.

Viral misinformation In the last few days, three UK police forces have taken to social media to refute fake news being spread about Muslims supposedly…

01/04/2020 - Gregory Davis
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Coronavirus and the far right

COVID-19 & The Far Right: Emerging Narratives

The far right have traditionally benefited from disasters. Their tactics rely on persuading people that something – land, wealth, identity – has been unjustly stolen…

31/03/2020 - Gregory Davis
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‘Real BNP’ threatens to fail even more than the real BNP

Last month the website of the British National Party (BNP) went off line for just short of a week. This led to muffled excitement that…

25/03/2020 - Matthew Collins
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Alice Cutter: Tears and hatred

Nazi terrorists jailed

Last week the total of National Action members imprisoned for membership of the banned group rose again with four members of the group jailed at…

23/03/2020 - Matthew Collins
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