‘This Shameful Europe’ by the editor of Mediapart, Edwy Plenel [...] is a crisp representation of how a one-sided view of the EU was imposed over the last 30 years; how it failed the expectations of citizens from most walks of life and led to the growth of support to the Far-Right parties.
The nomination of a commissioner to "protect the European way of life" has been criticised for the inclusion of migration in the role's brief
"Political parties and candidates, like all individuals and organizations on Facebook and Instagram, must adhere to our rules, regardless of their ideology."
Many of the events that unite Judaism, Christianity and Islam are eclipsed by divisive or even downright racist rhetoric pushed out by the far-right. First amongst these events is Ashura, which falls today.
Germany, Europe’s biggest economy, could well be the first major industrial power to fall in a global recession, triggering a Far Right victory that could have a domino effect across the EU.
In the eastern states of Saxony and Brandenburg, three decades after the country's reunification, many voters still feel left behind – and the far-right Alternative für Deutschland (AfD) is invoking the spirit of the 1989 revolution to try to win them over.
Three far-right activists with Generation Identitaire — Generation Identity — have been jailed for six months for intercepting migrants in the Alps.
The rally on Saturday led to minor scuffles between the two groups while law enforcement arrested at least 13 people. Clashes led to six people sustaining minor injuries.
Police in Norway have extended national security measures as the investigation continues into Saturday’s attempted shooting at a mosque near Oslo. Reports suggest the gunman was influenced by other attacks in 2019 and posted in online message forums before the shooting.
As a meeting of far-right groups from across Europe took place in Lisbon protesters outside said the conference should not have been allowed to take place
"Experience has shown us that protests such as those planned for this weekend can create tension and disorder," a Met Police Commander said ahead of the rallies.
Police in Bialystok have arrested 25 men after videos on social media showed attacks on LGBT activists taking part in the city's first Pride parade
-Jordan Bardella wants power back in national EU capitals
-Von der Leyen considers Brexit postponement
-Court of Justice rules on flights, family reunification
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Mainstream politicians have blocked far right and Brexit party MEPS from gaining any powerful positions on European Parliament Committees.
Robinson, 36, was found guilty of contempt of court for breaching reporting restrictions by broadcasting a Facebook Live outside a sex grooming trial last year.
A German far-right suspect confessed to killing a pro-immigration politician, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said on Wednesday.
How is a far-right party further dividing Belgium?
Will Germany be allowed to create a new motorway toll?
Who is the next leader of the Social Democrats?
All this and more on Tuesday's Brief from Brussels.
A far-right sympathiser is suspected of killing German pro-migrant politician Walter Luebcke, said the Federal Prosecutor's Office said on Monday.
German police make arrest in connection with Lübcke shooting
Before the European elections there was a lot of talk about a nationalist wave – well, that didn't quite materialize, but the far-right parties see themselves as a force to be reckoned with. This week they gave birth to a new parliamentary group.
Marine Le Pen and Matteo Salvini’s MEPs have teamed up with other nationalist parties across the EU to form the biggest far-right group in the European parliament.
Convicted of racism, accused of Nazi ties, known for burnings of the Quran... and about to become a Danish MP?
With Eurosceptics holding 23% of the new assembly, talks of new groupings are underway.
Marine Le Pen's far-right National Rally (RN) will win the most votes in the European
election in France, exit polls predict — an upset for the centrist President Macron.
Slovakia’s far right have been edging upwards in the polls, with around 14% of the vote, only 5% behind the ruling social-conservative Direction-Social Democracy (Smer-SD) party.
The European Court of Justice confirmed French far-right leader Marine Le Pen would have to reimburse €300,000 to the European Parliament on the ground that she did not prove the effectiveness of her parliamentary assistant’s work.