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Crisis and creeping despair

26 Apr 2012

From the killing spree by a lucid yet paranoid Anders Breivik to the increase in private and public suicides in austerity Europe Paul Demarty asks, what is capitalism doing to our minds?

BNP: Death bed performance

29 May 2014

Back in the real world, writes Eddie Ford, it was the BBC that ‘did’ Nick Griffin - not Unite Against Fascism or Hope Not Hate

UAF demands state ban

30 Jan 2014

The leader of a Hungarian far-right party was allowed to visit London - despite protests. Daniel Harvey reports

Dieudonné’s calculated anti-Semitism

30 Jan 2014

Free speech is too valuable a weapon to be thrown away. Eddie Ford calls for unequivocal opposition to state bans on racists and fascists

Review: Fascism’s local history offensive

16 Jan 2014

Gordon Stridiron, 'Blackshirts in Geordieland', Black House Publishing 2013, pp260, £12

Nick Griffin: A rat on a sinking ship

09 Jan 2014

The collapsing British National Party is the victim of its own contradictions, not anti-fascism, writes Paul Demarty

The ballad of Tommy Robinson

17 Oct 2013

The left is in the habit of not thinking, notes Paul Demarty. Nowhere more so than when it comes to the far right

UKIP: Dangers of nationalism

26 Sep 2013

Will Nigel Farage change the face of politics? Eddie Ford looks at the evidence

EDL: Oxygen of stupidity

27 Jun 2013

Socialist Worker complains that the BBC is giving the English Defence League publicity - a bit rich, reckons Paul Demarty

Great victory

06 Jun 2013

Simon Wells reports on the 3 June UAF meeting in London

BNP: Out of the woodwork

06 Jun 2013

Maciej Zurowski reports on the BNP’s return to the streets and the demonstration mounted by anti-fascists

Far right on the march

06 Jun 2013

The chauvinist atmosphere in the wake of the Lee Rigby murder has thrown the British far right into the spotlight. Paul Demarty assesses the balance of forces

Tories: Fraying at the edges

06 Jun 2013

Desperate anti-Europe posturing shows that the Tories are being pulled sharply to the right by Ukip, writes Eddie Ford

Paolo Di Canio: Explicable politics of extremism

11 Apr 2013

Opponents of Paolo Di Canio’s appointment as Sunderland manager have been voicing a set of highly blinkered ideas and strategies, argues Lawrence Parker

Democracy and state: Revolutionary road - a bourgeois saga

15 Nov 2012

Marc Mulholland examines the complex interrelationship between democracy, class struggles and the state

Antifa, nationalism and democracy

26 Apr 2012

Maciej Zurowski interviews Freerk Huisken - until his recent retirement a lecturer at the University of Bremen - about his new book

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