Boris Loses Support of His Own Family, But Gains a Fan in Tommy Robinson
He's not the only far-right activist who's come out as a fan of the prime minister.
YouTube Commenters Shift From 'Intellectual Dark Web' Fans to the Far-Right, Study Shows
New research looked at commenters' migration from "contrarian" personalities like Jordan Peterson to "alt-right" extremist channels.
Super Awkward for Right-Wing Blogger Andy Ngo to Make a Cameo in Video of Plot Against Antifa
Ngo has found a sympathetic ear in mainstream figures like CNN anchor Jake Tapper and President Donald Trump.
Neo-Nazis Are Selling the New Zealand Shooter's Racist Screed for $4 on Telegram
The manifesto that inspired El Paso is now a hardcover book.
Here’s How Big Far Right Social Network Gab Has Actually Become
Gab has experienced a huge growth spurt in the first half of 2019, a worrying sign of the spread of hateful ideologies and radicalisation online.
Portland's Far-Right and Antifa Showdown Drew Over 1,000 Protesters
Thirteen people were arrested and police declared a "civil disturbance", but there were relatively few skirmishes.
Revealed: How Britain First Disguised the Source of a £200,000 Donation
A VICE investigation shows that the far-right party set up a mysterious shell company to obscure where they get their funding from.
Prisoners Tell Us How Tommy Robinson Will Actually Be Treated in Jail
In short: the far-right agitator also known as Stephen Yaxley-Lennon probably doesn't need to worry about claiming asylum in the US.
People Tell Us How QAnon Destroyed Their Relationships
We spoke to people who told us how the QAnon conspiracy theory ruined their marriage, turned their parents into completely different people and generally made their lives miserable.
The Bullshit Behind Tommy Robinson's Asylum Plea
Once again, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon is trying to turn himself into a martyr.
Far-Right Activists Targeted a Vegan Cafe Assuming Antifa Were There
The owner of Cafe Frida tells VICE they were surprised they were targeted by the far-right because they don’t really take a stance politically.
Neo-Nazis on DeviantArt Radicalized a Woman Who Planned a Mass Shooting
The cutesy art site was the surprising birthplace for a number of players in the modern extreme-right movement.