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A group calling themselves ‘UKIP Christian soldiers’ are warned Christians that they are ‘committing treason against God’ if they don’t support Brexit.
Paul Nuttall blamed the media today for accurately reporting what was on his website – breathing new life into a controversy that has crippled his bid to be MP for Stoke.
Given that the last year hasn’t been generous to the former MP Zac Goldsmith, it’s brave of him to show no signs of retreating from the limelight and learning from his mistakes.
Tony Blair is making a ‘big speech’ today announcing he is going to campaign to “change people’s minds” on Brexit.
Tory MEP Dan Hannan and UKIP MEPs are so interested in global free trade, you would surely expect them to vote for free trade treaties?
Rupert Murdoch owned Fox News faced fresh controversy last night after it emerged it may face a U.S. Federal government investigation over sexual harassment claims against its former CEO Roger Ailes.
His website has been taken offline, he won’t speak to journalists, has stopped tweeting and now he won’t even attend hustings in Stoke.
At what point do Brexiters admit their attempts to be positive about the future sound really, really desperate?
UKIP’s candidate in Copeland has made Paul Nuttall’s day worse – by blaming the media for apparently ‘dredging up’ his comments about Hillsborough.