Britain’s tearoom fascists

In 1940, from their base in a London cafe, a pro-Nazi cell plotted to seize power. They might have caused mayhem, writes Paul Willetts, if it hadn't been for the ingenuity of an eccentric MI5 spy-hunter...

Oswald Mosley, leader of the British Union of Fascists

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