Inside Europe: Mussolini's legacy lingers on
| 05:17 mins.
Benito Mussolini, who governed Italy from 1922 to 1943, had political opponents beaten up and tortured, abolished multi-party democracy, sent Jews to the death camps and lead his country into a disastrous war. But many Italians still regard Mussolini as a hero. Including a number of those who have just been competing in the European elections. John Laurenson reports from his birthplace Predappio.