Sky’s Diana Magnay meets members of the far-right in Germany, where there is a backlash against the country’s immigration policy.
The German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision in 2015 to open the country’s borders to more than a million refugees has stirred up their ranks and given them common cause with the blossoming ‘Neue Rechte’ or alt-right movement.
Regional elections in Bavaria are expected to gain wins for the movement giving them seats for the first time.
The Greens are set to make gains too, all at the expense of Angela Merkel’s sister party, the Christian Social Union, which could mean it loses its absolute majority.
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