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Nigel Farage is hit by milkshake while campaigning for Brexit Party in Newcastle

Wales Online Monday, 20 May 2019
Nigel Farage is hit by milkshake while campaigning for Brexit Party in NewcastleThe leader of the Brexit Party was hit by a milkshake during a visit to Newcastle
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On Monday, Nigel Farage was struck by a milkshake in Newcastle. According to Business Insider, the Brexit Party leader was campaigning in the city ahead of Thursday’s European elections. Afterwards, Farage was heard saying "this is a failure" and asking his security: "How did that happen?"...

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