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Brexit Party MEPs branded 'extremists' for Ode to Joy stunt: 'We would never turn our back on the British anthem'

Independent Thursday, 4 July 2019
Spokesperson for parliament's largest group criticises Nigel Farage's party
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News video: Brexit Party MEPs Turn Their Backs as 'Ode to Joy' Plays During Opening of European Parliament

Brexit Party MEPs Turn Their Backs as 'Ode to Joy' Plays During Opening of European Parliament 01:40

UK Brexit Party MEPs turned their backs to the chamber as Ode to Joy played in the European Parliament in Strasbourg on July 2, as the new session got underway. The recently formed Brexit Party sent 29 MEPs to take their seats after winning the largest share of the vote in the UK’s European...

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