Tommy Robinson will end up winning European elections if Brexit is delayed, Rees-Mogg warns

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TOMMY Robinson could win the European elections if Brexit is delayed, Jacob Rees-Mogg warned today. The far-right thug could stand as a Ukip candidate in the European Parliament if Britain stays in the EU past July. And today the top Tory predicted Robinson would benefit from widespread public anger in the event of a Brexit […]
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