Far right expert Paul is in demand with the national media

News Page 21st June 2017

The University of Northampton’s expert in far right extremism was in demand this week, following Monday’s Finsbury Park mosque attack.

Dr Paul Jackson, Senior Lecturer in History, appeared on national television and radio and was interviewed by a string of newspapers for his insight into the terror attack, which saw victims hit by a van outside Muslim Welfare House mosque, in north London.

Here’s the links to a selection of his media appearances:

BBC Breakfast News (starts 2 hours 46 mins)

BBC Radio 5 Live (starts  1hr 16m)

Al Jazeera – please note caption is incorrect

The Guardian


BBC Radio Scotland (starts 1hr 12m)

BBC Radio Northampton (starts 2hr 10m)

Dr Jackson is on Twitter.


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