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To the surprise of literally nobody, Nigel Farage just defended Boris Johnson calling gay men ‘bum boys’

PinkNews Tuesday, 3 December 2019
The Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage defended British prime minister Boris Johnson’s use of homophobic, racist, sexist and Islamophobic terms during a radio interview today. During a question and answer segment on BBC Radio Five Live this morning, the lawmaker excused comments made by Johnson during his stint as a...
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***Mandatory on screen credit: The ITV Election Debate. Nigel Farage has said it was a "great mistake" for politicians in Britain to demonise Donald Trump. Appearing in the ITV election debate, the Brexit Party leader acknowledged that some of Mr Trump's comments about grabbing women were "wrong"....

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