DEBATE: RISE OF FAR-RIGHT IN BRITAIN

The British Government’s security minister has warned of the rise of far-Right extremism in Britain, as the latest Home Office figures showed a sharp rise in arrests for domestic terrorism offenses.

- TV Journalist, Syed Mohsin Abbas (London)
- Journalist and Political Commentator, Richard Millet (London)

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