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Anti-sleaze watchdog that commissioned research believes findings pose worrying questions about future of democracy in Britain
Former Deputy Prime Minister likened Nigel Farage’s party to supporters of Enoch Powell in the 1960s
Scientists claim their computer programme can judge the mood of the nation using Twitter
Scotland Yard is investigating claims that a female teacher sustained “life-changing injuries” after being struck by a police officer during an anti-fascist demonstration opposing the British National Party, The Independent has learnt.
Keith Vaz calls on the Home Secretary to ban the founders of Jihad Watch and the American Freedom Defence Initiative who hope to join the EDL's march in memory of Drummer Lee Rigby
The former president’s co-defendant in trial said there was a possibility he would not be well again
Far-right groups march across UK in wake of Woolwich killing, while police in London arrest 58 during angry scenes
Police attend demonstration with sniffer dogs in attempts to calm situation
BNP and EDL are accused of attempting to fuel racial hatred
Union and St George's flags draped among flowers, along with Manchester United football shirts
Former MEP claims Nigel Farage is to blame for failing to vet candidates with far-right links
Currently third in UK polls, Nigel Farage's party rejects new supporters as 'abhorrent and stupid'
Nick Griffin’s home address has been shared on Facebook less than a week after the BNP leader tweeted the address of a gay couple at the centre of a landmark discrimination trial and called for “a bit of drama” outside their home.
First the party's only other MEP quit – then the embattled leader found himself under investigation
Exclusive: Robinson announces that far-right party will stand in elections as he abandons British Freedom Party after only five months
Lord Heseltine said yesterday he was braced for low turn-outs in ten referendums today on creating a new wave of elected city mayors as he admitted there was very little interest in the issue among the public.