Spanish far right grows amid memories of Franco era
European parties of the far right are growing in the financial crisis.
In Greece it is the Golden Dawn, in Finland it is the True Finns and in Hungary it is Jobbik.
Espana 2000 is Spain's answer to the Front Nationale and is seeing its membership grow by about 40 new members a week.
Newsnight's Economics Editor Paul Mason travels to Valencia in Spain and finds wounds of the Franco era are in danger of re-opening.