Breivik attack survivor says Brexit side won 'by spreading fear of immigration'
The Brexit campaign won "because they were spreading fear against immigration, against the diversity of the British community", a survivor of the Anders Breivik massacre has claimed.
Bjorn Ihler, who described the moment Breivik aimed his gun at him and fired during the massacre in Norway in 2011, only to miss, said that "by spreading that fear they also created a breeding ground for far-right extremist communities in Britain.
"We see this all the time across Europe and the world, that politicians are using various narratives to divide us ... it's extremely effective... read more
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