THOUGH I totally agree with concerns expressed in the ECHO (Letters, 12 August) regarding the far left, the problem is that it seems all political parties appear to have lost touch with ordinary hard working people: when the gap between the elite and the people seems to be widening as a result of government policy, then it leaves a gap into which "populist" leaders such as Nigel Farage
can gather support and gain power.
Why on earth would anybody want to vote for Nigel Farage
's Brexit Party?
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage
has said he is open to an electoral pact with Boris Johnson - but only if he is serious about his commitment to the October 31 deadline for leaving the European Union.
A MAN has admitted throwing a milkshake at Nigel Farage
in a "politically motivated attack" in Newcastle city centre but denied being a "radical Remainer".
is the head of the Brexit Party, and perhaps the biggest anti-European Union voice in the United Kingdom.
is returning to the North East for the first time since being doused in milkshake.
MPs backing Boris Johnson for Tory leader want him to make Nigel Farage
the UK's ambassador to the US if he becomes prime minister.
BORIS Johnson backers are urging him to appoint Nigel Farage
as US ambassador if he becomes PM - in a bid to get rid of his new party.
These figures show that anti Brexiteers of one kind or another cast 40.4 % of the votes, pro brexiteers cast 34.9% and most of the top of the poll claimed by Mr Farage
's Brexit Party were culled from Mr Farage
's former party - the UKIP.
GORDON Brown branded Nigel Farage
a "man of the PayPal" yesterday as he demanded a full investigation into the controversial finances of the Brexiteer.
nne 5 A 32.YEAR.OLD man has been arrested on suspicion of common assault after Nigel Farage
was doused in a PS5.25 milkshake while on a walkabout.
Re Bob Roses' letter May 13: Nowhere in my earlier letter did I say Farage
was an MP, and nowhere did I criticise my fellow citizens.