Westminster in crisis: Caller tells Farage the UK needs rid of smug MPs after shock poll

  Daily Express 

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NIGEL FARAGE has claimed that politicians are being “rewarded for failure” after a stunning poll showed that the British people have no confidence in their MPs.
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