Farage defends England’s and Australia’s cricketers filmed drinking at 6am

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‘Let me have a word of sympathy for the England and Australian players – because of Covid rules these people have been living in a bubble for the best part of two-years…’

Nigel Farage defends the English and Australian cricketers that were filmed drinking in Hobart at 6am.

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