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Bloody Nasty People; In Conversation with Dan Trilling

On this week's show Aaron BastaniĀ and James Butler are joined by Dan Trilling, deputy editor of the 'New Statesman' and author of 'Bloody Nasty People', as they discuss the British Nationalist Party and some of the distinctive elements of contemporary fascism.