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This chapter focuses on the development of British fascist and extreme right politics in the 2000s and 2010s. It documents the rise and fall of the British National Party and identifies its ability to develop a new language steeped in prejudice focused on Muslim communities. It also explores the rise of the English Defence League, another group capitalising on similar concerns yet developed in a very different manner. Finally, it reflects on the impact of the collapse of both of these larger organisations, then maps the highly diverse range of fascist and extreme right groupuscules active in Britain in the early 2020s. This culture includes street marching groups, political parties, vloggers, publishers, and a range of alternate cultural spaces.

Pride in prejudice

Understanding Britain’s extreme right


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