Nationalism has always been a feature across Europe’s political spectrum but there has been a recent boom in voter support for right-wing and populist parties.
It is visible from Germany, where the AfD has become the biggest opposition party in the Bundestag, to Spain, where Vox has become the third largest force in parliament.
In part, voters are frustrated with the political establishment, but they also have concerns about globalisation, immigration, a dilution of national identity and the European Union.
In the European Parliament, nine far-right parties have formed a new bloc, called Identity and Democracy (ID).
So where in Europe’s political landscape do right-wing nationalists hold sway?
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