Brian Whelan


article 15 April 2014 UK
by Inside Thor Steinar: London outfitter to the extreme right

A controversial clothing brand strongly associated with the extreme right in Europe has opened a high street store in London, Channel 4 News can reveal.

article 05 April 2014 World, Hungary
Supporters of Hungary's far-right Jobbik party (Reuters)
by Jobbik set for poll boost as Hungary moves to the right

Hungarians go to the polls on Sunday - and four years after the far-right Jobbik made its big electoral breakthrough, it seems the party is in a stronger position than ever, writes Brian Whelan.

article 05 March 2014 World, Ukraine
by How the far-right took top posts in Ukraine's power vacuum

In the new Ukrainian government politicians linked to the far-right have taken posts from deputy prime minister to head of defence. We profile the nationalists filling the power vacuum.

article 13 February 2014 UK
by Royal marine vehicles destroyed in 'anarchist' attack

Three military vehicles are destroyed in Bristol in a targeted arson attack claimed by an anarchist group, police have confirmed.

article 24 January 2014 Ukraine
by Ukraine: far-right extremists at core of 'democracy' protest

As violent scenes play out on the streets of Kiev, we look at the major role extremist right-wing movements have played in Ukraine's "pro-democracy" movement.

article 29 December 2013 UK
by Anelka faces investigation after 'anti-Semitic salute'

French footballer Nicolas Anelka faces investigation after performing a controversial salute, linked to a far-right activist, while celebrating a goal for West Brom.

article 20 December 2013 UK
Brixton radicals Linda Bellos Christian Wolmar Neil Kenlock Villa Road
by What's left: the ghosts of Brixton's radical past

During the 70s and 80s Brixton played host to Black Panthers, militant squatters and revolutionary feminists - Channel 4 News meets the era's key players to find out what became of their revolution.

article 16 December 2013 World, Ukraine
Ukraine protests - links to the far right? (Reuters)
by Far-right group at heart of Ukraine protests meet US senator

Protests continue in the Ukrainian capital after an endorsement from US Senator John McCain but at the heart of the movement in Kiev lies an extreme right wing party with links to the BNP.

article 14 November 2013 UK
by Tory archives deleted: the speeches they'd rather we forgot

The Conservative party has been caught removing a decade of speeches from the internet, but thanks to the British Library's archives we bring you the statements they may prefer were forgotten.