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Members of the English Defence League during a march in Bristol last year

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Britain faces the threat of a murderous terror attack from a Far Right extremist similar to the mass murderer Anders Breivik who gunned down 77 young Norweigans, the Security Minister warned today.

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The English Defence League has seen its support splinter

Far-right vacuum could trigger 'lone-wolf' attacks

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EDL protesters clash with police at a demonstration in Bristol last month

Minister agrees to ban on London EDL marches

A series of marches by a right-wing group has been banned amid fears of violence on the streets.

EDL members demonstrate behind police in Bristol

English Defence League 'to become political party and stand candidates in European elections', says 'Tommy Robinson'

Exclusive: Robinson announces that far-right party will stand in elections as he abandons British Freedom Party after only five months

Nasa celebrates mission to land a robot on Mars

Trending: 'EDL, EDL'... Houston, do we have a problem?

The English far right seemed to be given an unlikely vote of confidence yesterday during Nasa's mission to land a robot on Mars. As the New Scientist magazine reported in a tweet before the rover, Curiosity, touched down on the red planet: "EDL team parades around auditorium to chants of 'EDL! EDL'!"

EDL protesters clash with police at a demonstration in Bristol last month

Far-right group the English Defence League to put forward candidate for Police Commissioner

The far-right group the English Defence League is to put forward its first candidate for public office, it has announced. Joint leader Kevin Carroll will stand for election as the Police Commissioner for Bedfordshire, one of the anti-Muslim organisation’s strongholds.

Six remanded on terror charges

Six men appeared in court today in connection with terrorism charges.

11 arrested amid Bristol EDL rally

A controversial English Defence League (EDL) demonstration and a major opposition rally were praised for passing peacefully today despite 11 arrests.

Trio remanded on terrorism charges

Three men appeared in court today in connection with terrorism charges.

Nazi-style poster at a party office in the suburban town of Artemis

Fact File: The Far Right in Europe

Norwegian Anders Breivik may have acted alone, but his trial for the murder of 77 people shone a spotlight on far right politics across Europe.

Five held over internet 'racism'

Five suspected far-right extremists were arrested by counter-terror detectives today after race-hate material was posted online.

Hundreds of demonstrators will confront the English Defence League tomorrow as the far-right group holds its first ever European summit

Anti-fascists mobilise against English Defence League summit in Denmark

Hundreds of demonstrators will confront the English Defence League tomorrow as the far-right group holds its first ever European summit in a bid to set up a Continent-wide alliance of anti-Islamic organisations.

Members of the English Defence League (EDL) protest

Fears grow over new Euro fascist movement

Opponents warn of more violent attacks as far-right plans summit to discuss unity. Paul Cahalam and Kevin Rawlinson investigate

A member of the right-wing EDL (English Defence League) gestures during a rally in Luton

Far right unites in European initiative

If the English Defence League has its way, UK anti-Muslim protests could soon feature extremists from across the world

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