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Paul Crowther: Man admits assaulting Nigel Farage by throwing milkshake at Brexit Party leader

Independent Tuesday, 18 June 2019
A man has admitted assaulting Nigel Farage by throwing a milkshake over him, in one of a spate of similar incidents targeting right-wing figures.
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