Exposure: Undercover Inside Britain’s New Far Right

In a twelve month investigation, three young women go undercover to expose the changing face of far right extremism in Britain.

In a twelve month investigation, three young women go undercover to expose the changing face of far right extremism in Britain.  ‘Mary’, ‘Hazel’, and ‘Sarah’ spent weeks and months building up credible on-line profiles – and were able to penetrate the new movements attracting young and often educated people into the far right.  The film takes viewers into the heart of the campaign of Anne-Marie Waters as she narrowly fails to win the leadership of UKIP, and shows how groups like Britain First are reaching out to the public.  We also reveal the new face of pan-European white nationalism – a well funded outfit called Generation Identity, who recruit one of our team into the inner circle planning a UK wide drive for young supporters.  And we’re invited to a secret meeting in support of National Action – the first far right group to be banned under terrorist legislation.
Directed by Joanna Potts
Executive Producer: David Henshaw