Bloody Nasty People: The Rise of Britain's Far Right

Bloody Nasty People: The Rise of Britain's Far Right

by Daniel Trilling

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ISBN-13: 9781781680803
Publisher: Verso Books
Publication date: 05/07/2013
Pages: 380
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.80(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Daniel Trilling is an Assistant Editor at the New Statesman, where he has reported on Britain’s far right since 2009. His work has also appeared in the Guardian, Sight and Sound and Frieze. He lives in London.

Table of Contents

Introduction 1

Part One

1 A Nasty Little Local Difficulty 11

2 Any Colour as Long as It's Black 35

3 The Führer of Notting Hill 51

4 Forget about the Ideas and Think about Selling Them 65

Part Two

5 The Most Tolerant Race on Earth? 83

6 One Law for Them and Another for Us 103

7 We're the Labour Party Your Parents Voted for 127

8 Good Fences Make Good Neighbours 151

9 Political Correctness Gone Mad 167

Conclusion: Ten Myths about Britain's Far Right 195

Acknowledgements 209

Notes 211

Index 229

What People are Saying About This

Brian Cathcart

Daniel Trilling is a serious reporter who is not afraid to get close to a difficult subject and ask awkward questions.

Owen Jones

Racism and the rise of the far-right in Britain are often discussed but rarely understood. Daniel Trilling is an exception … his voice must be heard.

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perak More than 1 year ago
While the territory covered by this book may be unfamiliar to many readers in the US-- the political scene of the UK from the sixties to present day-- the picture it paints may be all too familiar to the observer of today's politics. The racist, authoritarian agenda of British nationalism in all its guises bears more than a slight resemblance to the creed of many an American Tea Partier.