If the Cannes Film Festival cannot tolerate Lars von Trier, then how much less should Britain tolerate a government shot through with and surrounded by the old London spokesmen and bag men of South America's Nazi-harbouring pioneers of monetarism, as well as those who saw the way to advancement as through the Monday Club and the Western Goals Institute when they crossed over, via the League of Saint George, with Nazism on the Continent and with the venerators at Yasukuni.
Looking through the website of Steven Books, one is struck by how utterly anti-British the Far Right's heroes are: not only (or, in this sense, even primarily) Hitler and Mussolini, but Franco and his claim to Gibraltar, Peronism and its claim to the Falkland Islands, the Boers' revenge republic, the Rhodesian treason, and so on, and on, and on. Yet on devotion to such figures were brought up, politically speaking, those who now govern us.
And, of course, we are subject to the legislative will of Nazis and Fascists, frequently in the EU's Council of Ministers, always in the European Parliament. After all, it was Mosley who coined the term, "Europe A Nation".