Hunting Britain’s Nazis

Robert Hutton describes the activities of Nazi sympathisers in Britain during the Second World War and reveals how MI5 managed to subvert them

Oswald Mosley, English Fascist leader, ariving and receiving the Fascist salute from his followers, London, 1936 (Photo by Bettmann/Getty Images)

Journalist and author Robert Hutton talks about his new book Agent Jack, which describes the activities of Nazi sympathisers in Britain during the Second World War and reveals the brilliant methods MI5 used to subvert them.

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