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Farage and Trump’s special relationship

Don’t worry Theresa, it will probably end in tears

By George Edmondson  

Nigel Farage in Trump Tower ©Evan Vucci/AP/Press Association Images

Any year in which the visage of Nigel Farage is given such regular exposure is inevitably a bad one. First, there was the whole Brexit campaign and then his speech to the European Parliament on 28th June, telling MEPs that most of them had never done a proper job. Last weekend, he met with the President-Elect at Trump Tower in New York, emerging with visible joy. Unsurprisingly, Farage was there to outflank the…

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