Angela Nagle

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Janet Moran in 'A Holy Show'

It’s here, starting tonight, in venues (and on the streets and on a bus and wherever you’re having yourself) across Dublin. The enormous, varied, chal(...)

Don’t knock it: MMA fighter Conor McGregor. Photograph: John Locher/AP

He may be RTÉ’s best-paid broadcaster, but Ryan Tubridy doesn’t seem unduly bothered about projecting a wholesome mainstream image. During his opening(...)

Milo Yiannopoulos at an alt-right rally in May. His time is over says Angela Nagle: ‘The problem is they didn’t actually have any ideas.’ Photograph: Susan Watts/NY Daily News via Getty Images

“Every time I look on my phone and see a lot of activity on Twitter I think: ‘right, this is the moment when they come for me’,” says Angela Nagle. Sh(...)

Pepe the Frog: created as part of Matt Furie’s “Boy’s Club” series on MySpace in 2005, but became a symbol of  the “alt-right” in the lead-up to last year’s US election.

The creator of Pepe the Frog has symbolically killed off the cartoon frog, effectively surrendering control of the character to the far right. Matt F(...)

Ross Goodwin, creative technologist, artist, hacker and data scientist, with his installation ‘word.camera’ that translates photographs into poems. He is involved in the Humans Need Not Apply exhibition at the Science Gallery, which runs until  May 14th. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

In response to the imminent threat of job automation we have looked to political leaders promising to stem the economic tide or to tech leaders who ar(...)

Movement leader Richard Spencer believes the Alt-right will infiltrate mainstream American culture and politics, starting with deporting undocumented immigrants under Donald Trump. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Currently the subject of a major Twitter storm, Nick Pell’s article for The Irish Times’ website “The Alt-right: everything you need to know” omitted(...)