Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage and other VIPs were flown to and from Tulsa in jets chartered by the Trump campaign for a rally that wound up drawing less than 6,200 people.
The president once suggested British politician Nigel Farage should be Britain's ambassador to the U.S.
Nigel Farage described the vote as “the point of no return."
The ruling Conservative party has put up fake social media posts as Prime Minister Boris Johnson risks everything to "get Brexit done."
Farage appeared to give Trump's shocking comment a pass, claiming men sometimes say "dreadful things" after a drink. Trump doesn't drink.
Doctored videos of opponents, misleading Google search results and fake Twitter names show the disinformation virus has spread across the Atlantic.
The president seemed to be empathizing with the Duchess of Sussex, whom he once called "nasty."
Ahead of Trump's state visit to the U.K., Khan said it's "un-British to be rolling out the red carpet" for the U.S. leader.
It's a crowded field in the Conservative Party.
The shed-dwelling ex-prime minister unites a divided country.