Young, Nazi and Proud (2002)

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As the British National Party seeks to present itself as a more electable proposition, Dispatches reporter David Modell spends eight months with Mark Collett, leader of the Young BNP, to reveal the future face of the far right in Britain. From the BNP's electoral inroads in this year's local elections to their annual Red, White and Blue festival and confrontations with the Anti-Nazi League, Modell follows Collet into the murky world of right-wing politics and offers a shocking insight into the thoughts and beliefs of the far right's most charismatic youth leader.[]

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