Here is a snippet that might get you in the mood.
You will have noticed that the BNP is almost never mentioned without the soubriquet “far Right”. The BNP doesn’t call itself Right-wing. On the contrary, it favours nationalisation, higher taxes, protectionism and (though it keeps quiet about this) republicanism. It markets itself as “the Labour Party your parents voted for”. Its manifesto calls for “the selective exclusion of foreign-made goods from British markets and the reduction of foreign imports,” and promises to “restore our economy and land to British ownership” and “to give workers a stake in the success and prosperity of the enterprises whose profits their labour creates by encouraging
worker shareholder and co-operative schemes”.
As Hayek wrote in 1944 in his brilliant chapter on “the socialist roots of Nazism”, the dispute between fascists and socialists is a dispute between brothers.