The radical right was more successful in entering the political mainstream last year than in half a century. How did it happen?
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Far-right political parties in Europe are planning to form a new coalition to battle what they see as threats from immigration and Islam.
Anti-Muslim hatred ratcheted up sharply after the Islamic State attacks in Paris. Then came San Bernardino and Donald Trump.
Capping their largest series of local, regional and national electoral successes since World War II, far-right extremists in Europe have managed for the first time to create an ultranationalist bloc within the European Parliament.
Anti-Semitic and anti-Islamic sentiment in the United Kingdom is on the rise, say two studies released in September.