Bloody Nasty People: The Rise of Britain's Far Right

Bloody Nasty People: The Rise of Britain's Far Right
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Author Daniel Trilling
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Subject Politics of the United Kingdom; British National Party; English Defence League
Published London
Publisher Verso Books
Publication date
2012
Media type Print
Pages 234
ISBN 9781781680803
324.241093

Bloody Nasty People: The Rise of Britain's Far Right is a 2012 book by British author and journalist Daniel Trilling.

Synopsis[]

The book charts the rise (and fall) of far-right organisations such as the British National Party and the English Defence League

Reception[]

The book was commended by Yasmin Alibhai-Brown in The Independent, who noted that Trilling has 'written an instructive account of white extremism in Britain',[1] while in The Guardian, David Edgar described it as a 'brisk, compelling narrative'.[2] Labour MP Jon Cruddas, who defeated a BNP challenge in Dagenham and Rainham in 2010 also reviewed the book for the New Statesman[3] Reviews also appeared in Foreign Affairs,[4] New Republic[5] and The Scotsman.[6] Time Out London referred to the work as 'pure pavement-pounding journalism' and Owen Jones praised it as 'authoritative and eloquent'.[This quote needs a citation]

References[]

  1. ^ Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (2012-09-08). "Bloody Nasty People, By Daniel Trilling - Reviews - Books". Independent.co.uk. Retrieved 2015-05-07. 
  2. ^ David Edgar. "Bloody Nasty People by Daniel Trilling – review | Books". Theguardian.com. Retrieved 2015-05-07. 
  3. ^ "All white on the right". Newstatesman.com. Retrieved 2015-05-07. 
  4. ^ Cook, Steven A. "Bloody Nasty People: The Rise of Britain's Far Right; Hate: My Life in the British Far Right". Foreignaffairs.com. Retrieved 2015-05-07. 
  5. ^ Farago, Jason (2012-12-11). "Jason Farago Reviews Daniel Trilling's "Bloody Nasty People: The Rise of Britain's Far Right"". Newrepublic.com. Retrieved 2015-05-07. 
  6. ^ Gavin Bowd (2012-09-01). "Book review: Bloody Nasty People: The rise of Britain's Far Right". Scotsman.com. Retrieved 2015-05-07.