South Yorkshire Police has recently been criticised for how well it protects people and prevents crime, and it isn't the first time.
For the first time, parliament plans to ban a right-wing extremist group, called National Action.
Despite the growing threat from far-right groups, deradicalisation programmes have been largely targeting Muslims.
The leader of the Dutch Freedom Party was found guilty of insulting a group of people inciting discrimination.
The Italian referendum and the Austrian vote are shaping up to be a seminal moment for European politics and the future of the European Union.
We all too readily associate terrorism with Islamic extremism. Thomas Mair's motivations may have been different but his crime was the same.
If our politicians are really concerned about the future, they've got a funny way of talking about it.
The normal rules of political engagement – coherence, consistency, fact, logic, proportion – do not apply to members of the paranoid right like Pauline Hanson.
The latest polls show Wilders' PVV on course to be largest party in the Dutch parliament.
Many politicians in the West – from backers of Brexit to Donald Trump – have convinced voters that immigrants are hurting their economies. The evidence suggests otherwise.
The Brexit vote was the outcome of the disillusionment and disengagement that have permeated the UK. Many Europeans share that mood, which is why both the UK and EU need radical democratic surgery.
Radical right populists are on the brink of power in Austria and making gains across the region. And the European leaders who once were willing to publicly condemn them are silent now.
Tone of talk about immigrants and political clashes has been changing.
This year's presidential campaign was dominated by panic over a far-right surge – but its real meaning is somewhat different.
The notorious Freedom Party is on the march again, and the country's moderates are crumbling in its path.
Mimicking fascists doesn't help you win votes; it helps the fascists win votes.
France was left reeling by the attacks of January 2015 and things only got worse as the year unfolded – so why the political inertia?
With its share of the vote rising with each election, can the extreme-right party take power on its own? The example of the French communists during the postwar boom suggests otherwise.
France's extreme-right party has national ambitions, but its lead in the first round of local elections puts it in direct contradiction with its long-proclaimed ideology.
The far-right Front National leads after the first round of voting, leaving Hollande and Sarkozy with some thinking to do.