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Far right in UK “weakest for 20 years” - according To ‘Hope Not Hate’ Report


Hope Not Hate says that the far right’s two main groups, the BNP and EDL, are splintered and directionless following a loss of leadership. This supports other academic analysis which has found the far right split in the UK despite its growth elsewhere. The annual survey by Hope not Hate shows that 2014 saw a string of events that would have been previously used by far-right groups to seek recruits. But in this last year no far-right group had built significant new numbers of active supporters.


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