On June 15, 2016, just days before the referendum on whether Britain should withdraw from the European Union, a flotilla of fishing boats entered London on the River Thames. Leading the armada was Nigel Farage, the leader of the euroskeptic U.K. Show More Summary
Ghost ship documentary founders on the jagged reef of reality. Plus: driverless cars steer into the future, and Nigel Farage picks a fight with WHO?
The anti-Russia hysteria that has raged in the US for just over a year now appeared poised to spread to the UK last week after British media learned that three past or present Foreign Office ministers - including Boris Johnson - had been targeted by FBI agents in their investigations into George Papadopoulos and Carter Page. Show More Summary
Ex-UKIP leader and QuestionTime regular, Nigel Farage just lost £100k libel legal battle after calling anti racist group 'violent' https://t.co/2m5HopfWMb — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) November 14, 2017 But the former UKIP boss denies that he lost even though he withdrew the comments The political legal story today is Nigel Farage agreeing to withdraw offensive comments […]
Open Society Foundations are colluding with MEPs George Soros has spent countless billions on 'Open Society Foundations' to undermine national borders and the nation state across the EU. It could be the biggest level of international political collusion in history. Show More Summary
Nigel Farage withdraws his false claim that Hope not Hate is "violent and undemocratic." Former UKIP leader made the false claim on LBC last year. Farage files statement with High Court acknowledging he was wrong. Farage declines toShow More Summary
Nigel Farage has some thoughts on The Jews.
British politician Nigel Farage faced criticism Tuesday after making antisemitic statements, suggesting on-air this that the "Jewish lobby" has a disproportionate amount of power in the United States while discussing ongoing investigations of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. Show More Summary
“There are about 6 million Jewish people living in America, so as a percentage it’s quite small, but in terms of influence it’s quite big," he said.
Former UKIP leader suggests that "Jewish lobby" with their "money and power" have disproportionate power in the US. Farage says Jewish people have influence beyond their numbers in America. Comments lead to accusations of engaging in...Show More Summary
Leave.EU wants an independent inquiry into whether Russia interfered in Brexit. Former Leave.EU spokesman Andy Wigmore said it is "beyond laughable" that the Kremlin meddled in British democracy, and it's time to end the "hysterics and...Show More Summary
Authored by Nigel Farage, originally published in the Telegraph Theresa May is now the EU's Stepford Wife: subservient and submissive to their every whim So there we have it. Theresa May does not believe in Brexit. In an interview with...Show More Summary
If you’re Hillary Clinton, there is never enough blame to go around. If you’re a Democrat, you want Clinton to enjoy her golden years in peace — and away from the political scene. If you’re a Republican, you can’t stop but eat popcorn as the Clinton dumpster fire continues to burn. Show More Summary
Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk.com, Nigel Farage made his best speech ever in the European Parliament. Farage called the Catalonia crackdown a foretaste of EU political suppression. Watch and enjoy. Full Transcript: Aside from...Show More Summary
LONDON — Henry Bolton has been elected the new leader of UKIP. Bolton, who was allegedly backed by Nigel Farage, was confirmed as the party's new leader at its Autumn conference in Torquay on Friday afternoon. Bolton, 54, is a former police officer and served in the army. Show More Summary
(Kay Nietfeld/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images) Nigel Farage and Beatrix von Storch at a press conference in Berlin on September 8, 2017 I n Germany, the baseball cap is not a common sight. So when Beatrix von Storch, a leading voice of...Show More Summary
Everyone from Steve Bannon to Nigel Farage came out on Monday for the Alabama judge turned aspiring senator’s closing rally.
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage cited the conspiracy web site InfoWars in a tweet claiming police in Sweden admitted they are "no longer" investigating rape.