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Nigel Farage could start UK trade agreements with Donald Trump's administration

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Nigel Farage could start UK trade agreements with Donald Trump's administration

Nigel Farage could start UK trade agreements with Donald Trump's administration

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage says he is thinking about starting his own trade agreements with Donald Trump's administration as he feels the UK government is failing.

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