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German actors and Hollywood producers are leading a campaign against AfD government in 'Görliwood'.
From the far-right to the far-left, these political parties have taken on a divisive approach to getting voters to the polls.
Portugal, Luxembourg, Malta and Ireland have little or no far-right populists to speak while the rest of Europe is seeing a rise in support for these groups.
The real solution is to fight populism with populism: to neuter the nativist populism of the AfD, Brexit and Le Pen with an inclusive, multicultural and inclusive populism. This requires not only a new generation of politicians, but perhaps a new style of political party.
As more German towns and cities bar diesel cars, with court and EU approval, one Eurosceptic party fights back to save them
Ahead of May's European Parliament elections, data compiled by Alto Analytics showed that all over the continent, from Poland to Spain, posts on social media show a disproportionate leaning to the far right, with less than 0.1 percent of users creating around 10% of political posts.
The probe by the country's domestic intelligence will fall short of full-blown surveillance, but they say there is a "case to investigate."
The euro is in its twentieth year of being used on the continent, but is the currency causing division in the bloc?
Germany's far-right AfD party says it will campaign on an EU exit if Brussels doesn't meet demands
Bremen police have published a video showing the moment the far-right AFD politician was attacked.
Police are investigating the case as a "politically motivated act"
We take a look back at the biggest stories from across Europe this morning.
A German cinema sparked outrage among members of the Alternative for Germany party, after offering them free admission to a screening of the 1993 film Schindler's List.
Germany's AfD party releases 'White Christmas' calander