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Radicals: 'I'm a proud racist'

What should the British authorities do with people they consider to be radical? Catrin Nye meets Benjamin Raymond, spokesperson for National Action - a small far-right group.

She asks him about why they keep getting arrested for their views and if this will stop them demonstrating.

He is a proud racist and you may find his views offensive.

The interview was part of a series of reports about radicals. You can watch the reports on Victoria Derbyshire on weekdays from 09:15-11:00 BST on BBC Two and the BBC News Channel.

Watch the other films in the series here.

  • 03 Sep 2015
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