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What is fueling the spread of far-right politics in Ireland?

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What is fueling the spread of far-right politics in Ireland?

What is fueling the spread of far-right politics in Ireland?

Concerns are growing that the number of people supporting far-right ideology in Ireland is growing significantly.

It follows rioting in Dublin last week after three children and an adult female were stabbed by a foreign-born Irish citizen.

Euronews reporter Ken Murray has the story.


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