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UK breaking up would be 'regrettable' but price worth paying for Brexit, says Nigel Farage

Independent Thursday, 4 July 2019
Brexit Party leader says he has 'had enough' of 'threats' that Scotland could become independent if UK leaves EU without a deal
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News video: Dad marks his unusual political views with tattoo of Nigel Farage pelted with a milkshake

Dad marks his unusual political views with tattoo of Nigel Farage pelted with a milkshake 02:11

A dad who is pro-UKIP but anti-Brexit has captured his unusual political views in a tattoo of Nigel Farage - being pelted with a milkshake. The inking on Matthew Haddon-Reichardt&apos;s thigh features the slogan: &quot;My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard&quot;. Matthew, 41,...

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