In a TV debate, UKIP leader Nigel Farage again stroked fears against migrants - referring to the allegations of sexual assaults committed by male migrants in Cologne on New Year's Eve.
Nigel Farage, the ex-leader of UKIP and a chief Brexit campaigner, has addressed a rally of Germany's far-right AfD party in Berlin. He received a standing ovation as a model of right-wing political accomplishment.
Arron Banks, the businessman who funded the campaign for the UK to leave the EU in 2016, has refuted allegations Russia funded Brexit. The Electoral Commission is looking into whether he breached campaign finance rules.
Farage will be attending as a guest of the governor of Mississippi, where Farage once campaigned for Trump. He called Trump's election a "political revolution" and lamented that Britain's transformation is incomplete.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned of consequences in case Britain restricted EU immigration. Her comment came as Nigel Farage delivered his own warning to the EU Parliament.
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