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Half of Britain 'would vote for far-Right parties if they gave up violence'

Last updated at 2:40 AM on 27th February 2011
Almost half the country would back a far-Right party if they gave up violence, an astonishing new poll revealed today.
A total of 48 per cent said that they would support a group that vowed to crack down on immigration and Islamic extremists.
They would also restrict the building of mosques and order the flag of St George or the Union Jack be flown on all public buildings.
Potentially popular: Extremists like the English Defence League (pictured) could receive more support if they shunned violence and fascist imagery
Anti-racism campaigners said the findings were a clear sign that Britain's mainstream parties were losing touch with many voters on the issue of race.
There has been a recent wave of support for extremists such as the English Defence League and the British National Party.
And the poll, which will spark fres


Added: Feb-27-2011 Occurred On: Feb-27-2011
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