European far-right parties have managed to appeal to the electorate with anti-Islam and anti-immigration rhetoric. That led them to make significant gains.

However, many of those parties are changing their political agendas with the aim of being like other parties.

What's behind this shift? And was the danger of the far right exaggerated in the first place?

Presenter: Folly Bah Thibault


Petros Fassoulas - vice-chairman of European Movement UK

Franck Guillory - editor of Jol Press, France's first e-magazine of international news.

Alan Mendoza - founder and director of the Henry Jackson Society

Source: Al Jazeera