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# Far-right

Yesterday
18th April 2024
Far-right German politician goes on trial for using Nazi slogan during campaign
This week
14th April 2024 - 19th April 2024
'Water off a duck's back': Eoin Ó Broin on video showing him being accosted on Dublin street
Last month
March 2024
NUJ condemns latest in series of 'attacks' on media, after RTÉ journalist was heckled at protest
February
February 2024
Dáil told of threats to burn down Kildare hotel after 'disgusting lie' that girl had been raped
How Elon Musk has courted Ireland's far-right by taking aim at the government's hate speech laws
Tucker Carlson labelled 'useful idiot' after 'softball' interview with Putin
Debunked: Clip shows crowds at a pro-refugee rally last year, not an anti-immigrant protest
Three people arrested in connection with arson attack at former pub in Dublin
Five arrests over Sandwith St burning as gardaí trawl CCTV and phone data to find arsonists
Gardaí are investigating almost 20 fires at various sites across the country.
Farmer: Branding farmers far right isn’t simply wrong, it’s helping the far right
Thomas Duffy
January
January 2024
Three new anti-immigrant parties have registered to stand in Irish elections - but who are they?
Ireland has never elected a candidate from a far-right party.
Anti-European populist parties predicted to top polls in 9 EU states ahead of elections
A new report predicts there will be a “surge” in support for far-right or right-leaning parties during the European Elections.
Ten districts with the highest proportion of refugees to get special support package, says Taoiseach
Conor McGregor: Is the UFC's biggest star becoming a poster boy for Ireland's far-right?
The 35-year-old has hinted at a run for the presidency.
Conor McGregor: Is the UFC's biggest star becoming a poster boy for Ireland's far-right?
'Someone could be killed': Fears grow as gardaí probe 'worrying trend' of arson attacks
No arrests have been made to date but a number of investigations are ongoing.
The Irish Network Against Racism has expressed concern that the issue will only be taken seriously if someone is badly injured or killed
There have been around 20 arson attacks, or attempted attacks, on properties earmarked to house international protection applicants
Multiple garda investigations into the Ringsend, Rosscahill and other arson attacks around the country are ongoing
Last year
2023
Taoiseach: Government has a big job to do in 2024 as far-right myths gain traction
Interview: McDonald says she wants 'space for people to ask questions' about immigration
Local councillor: Dublin's inner city needs hard work, not political games
Janet Horner
Proposal to stop publishing candidate's home addresses on ballots voted down by government
'Vigilantes' patrolling rural areas against asylum seekers seeking ID details, committee told
TDs photographed with far-right figures are 'laundering conspiracy theories', Dáil warned
McEntee has ordered officials to beef up facial recognition laws in response to Dublin riot
Dublin riots: How a mob in the capital turned to looting, arson and calls to kill
Dublin city centre was largely shut down last night as rioters attacked gardaí, looted shops and set vehicles on fire.
What exactly happened in Dublin city and how did the situation escalate so quickly?
To understand that, we need to explore what has been happening online in terms of anti-immigration rhetoric
As is often the case with a breaking news story, many rumours gained traction yesterday before the truth had time to emerge
Police raid homes of 20 alleged supporters of far-right Reich Citizens
Anti-immigration groups use Israel-Gaza violence to push antisemitism and Islamophobia online
German coalition counts cost of poll losses as far right gains
'It shows the irony': Irish speaker on using Gaeilge to confront anti-immigrant protesters
Far-right posts featuring mock gallows outside Dáil remain online despite Garda investigations
European speakers of parliament urge for better protections against abuse towards politicians
Sister of murdered Jo Cox says role of media needs to be looked at in wake of Dáil protest
Tom Clonan: There is a real danger now of serious injuries or fatalities at a far-right protest
Tom Clonan
Inside Ireland's culture war on gender: Why there's more debate on trans issues than ever before
Ex-aide of Israel far-right MP held over Palestinian's murder
Cork City library forced to close as banner draped over entrance during protest
Green, white nationalist and gold: Who exactly are the National Party?
Local politicians call for action over 'increased sense of threat' amid far-right protests
Irish Wildlife Trust officer resigns after claiming farming groups are becoming far right
'Fear and dread' among Cork librarians over far-right anti-LGBTQI+ protests
Protest planned to support Cork library staff following 'intimidation' over LGBTQ books