This chapter surveys the primary and secondary literature on the far right in Britain since 1967. It examines the social science and historical scholarship on Britain’s main extreme-right and radical right parties and social movements including the National Front (NF), the British National Party (BNP), UKIP and the English Defence League (EDL). Autobiographies and memoirs by far-right and anti-fascist activists, as well as investigations by journalists are also reviewed and contextualised. The chapter explores extreme-right subcultures such as Holocaust denial, white power music, the ‘metapolitical’ New Right, digital activism and terrorism as well as various forms of transnational organising and the ‘cultural’ turn in fascism studies.