National Front

Fresh controversy puts pressure on government to sack Sir Roger Scruton.
A year after receiving 11million votes in the presidential elections, the far right party's star is waning fast
“The tide of history is with us,” Bannon tells the French far right.
It hasn’t been on the lips of the entire nation, but it amply fulfils the criteria
"It’s not until it’s directed at you that you suddenly realize that what you’re doing is wrong.”
A well-known neo-Nazi and National Front organiser has come out as gay and opened up about his Jewish heritage after peddling
A period of cohabitation with what could very well be a Républicains prime minister would not only be a major setback for Macron but also represent a further opportunity to grow for the French far-right. Le Pen may have been defeated in Sunday's presidential election, but Front National and their increasingly loyal supporters are only getting started.
Even as Sunday's ballot may in all likelihood reject a Le Pen presidency, it will reaffirm the normalisation of the European far-right. As this is a genie that will not retreat so easily back to its bottle, it is time for those who believe in parliamentary democracy to get used to fighting the far-right in a world where references to fascism and calls to stand up to it no longer hold.