Unite Against Fascism welcomes the article by Daniel Trilling on the far-right in The Guardian. Trilling challenges many of the myths and misconceptions about the rise of fascist parties over the past decade.
Among the many lessons Trilling draws out are the need for mass mobilisations to oppose these groups, increased voter turnout, and the importance of challenging the climate of racism and Islamophobia.
This strategy has been at the heart of Unite Against Fascism’s campaigning to stop fascist organisations.
Daniel Trilling’s book Bloody Nasty People: The Rise of Britain’s Far Right is available from Verso Books.