It’s ludicrous. You can – and, in many cases, MUST – wear something covering your face in public unless you are one of the few Muslim women who wears a niqab. Then it is a banned face covering, quite different from those other things that cover your face.
From minimising the threat of Covid-19 to violent racist scapegoating, street protests, conspiracy theories and even food distribution, the international far right’s responses to the coronavirus crisis have been many and varied. Here, we look at how it has responded to the pandemic and the real problems it faces.
Slovakia’s nazi and ultranationalist parties have suffered a significant setback in the country’s general election.
Full country by country guide to fascism and the far right in Europe – completely revised for 2019. Includes elections table
A march of thousands led by “Tommy Robinson” and UKIP leader Gerard Batten marked the first outing of a new project for the far right in Britain – bringing together a racist street movement and what was once a traditional electoral party, UKIP. The move marks a new direction for the far right in Britain – but it has antecedents elsewhere…
The far right in Britain has mobilised its biggest ever demonstration. Around 15,000 people joined the “Free Tommy Robinson” demo in Whitehall, central London on Saturday 9 June. We look here at what the march means in the context of the fast-developing new far right movement in Britain.