Have we been too complacent about the far right? Recent months have seen several prominent acts of violence and terrorism by individuals linked to the broader far right scene in Europe. At the same time, political parties that campaign against immigration, settled Muslim communities and the established mainstream parties continue to poll strongly at elections across the continent. But to what extent have Western democracies been complacent or even dismissive of these organizations, and their supporters? This question was at the heart of a debate yesterday on Big Questions, which included Dr Matt Goodwin from NottsPolitics. Check it out here.