Chancellor Merkel has given up German sovereignty - right-wing party leader RT — SophieCo

This week, the United Kingdom will vote on whether the nation should leave the European Union - the discussion coming on heels of intensifying displeasure with the way Brussels handles the waves of immigrants and financial troubles besieging Europe. Right-wing parties are on the rise all across the European Union, and even in Germany the support for the AFD - the right-wing Alternative for Germany party - is rapidly growing despite resistance from political establishment. What started as an anti-Euro movement is now branded as "anti-immigrant" and "anti-Islam" - but what's behind these accusations and what's behind its growing popularity? We ask the leader of the AFD; Dr. Frauke Petry is on Sophie&Co today.