‘Six years on, what is your Brexit highlight?’ | Farage answers your questions in Barrage The Farage

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‘Six years on, what is your Brexit highlight?’

Lord Lilley joins

@Nigel_Farage

to answer your questions in Barrage the Farage.

#FarageOnGBNews

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