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A convicted British neo-Nazi – described as the “master propagandist” of a banned terror organisation – had links to far right activists in Scotland.
Environmental and anti-racism groups have warned far-right activists are trying to exploit people’s concern over the environment as a recruiting tool
A far right group recruiting in Scotland with links to neo-Nazis has applied to register officially as a political party.
Neo-nazis are increasingly use platforms such as Instagram and Telegram to recruit young people and one of Britain’s longest-standing white supremacist groups is active in Scotland, says a new report.
Supporters of a far right group recruiting in Scotland include neo-Nazis and former members of the British National Party and Scottish Defence League, we can reveal.
Facebook has removed a number of Scottish groups on its platform identified by The Ferret as being associated with a far-right cult called QAnon.
Protests against child trafficking in Scottish cities have links to a far-right conspiracy cult from America called "Save our Children" QAnon.
A leading member of a far right group called the National Defence League is a neo-Nazi from England.
A black metal music festival whose line-up includes bands accused of promoting neo-Nazism is now due to take place near Edinburgh after a Glasgow venue cancelled its booking.