Tony Blair slams milkshake attack on Nigel Farage as even Remainers speak out in support of Brexit Party boss

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LEADING Remainers today slammed the thug who attacked Nigel Farage with a milkshake. Tony Blair led a chorus of criticism after pro-EU fanatic Paul Crowther threw a drink at the top Brexiteer in the street. Even Mr Farage’s fiercest political allies defended his right to free speech after the incident in Newcastle this afternoon. Crowther, […]
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