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Man charged with assault Nigel Farage milkshake attack

A man has been charged with assaulting Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage by throwing a milkshake at him. The Brexit Party leader was giving a speech  Monday when a drink was thrown at him. The culprit, Paul Crowther, 32, of  Newcastle, has been charged with common assault and criminal damage relating to Mr Farage’s microphones. He is due to appear in court on 18 June. You can watch the video below.

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This week it has been revealed that Nigel Farage is going to be investigated by the EU for supposedly failing to declare almost half a million pounds in expenses funded by Arron Banks. Last week a Channel 4 News investigation claimed Banks, a millionaire insurance tycoon and close friend of Farage, paid for the former UKIP leader’s lavish lifestyle the year after the EU referendum. “This included: the lease a £4.4million, three-bedroom home in London’s upmarket Chelsea area; a Land Rover Discovery car valued at £32,300; and a close protection driver at a cost of £20,000”.

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  1. It another attempt to stop the will of the people .why don t the BBC. Channel 4 check on the Mps of all the other parties .there is a revolution coming the goverment know it and are so scared they will try anything to stop it . Why don’t the media report what the British goverment have done to our best allies the Americans . Paid for all the fake news that Russia had involvement in Trumps winning the presidency. Donald Trumps will not let the the conservative goverment get away with it . Trump will extradite who ever is involved even may and if he does not get what he asks for God help Britain.


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