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Nigel Farage turned hearth on the Labour Party this night, as he sought to deflect criticism about controversial Reform UK candidates.

In entrance of a hostile BBC Question Time viewers, Mr Farage was accused of racism and failing to correctly vet Reform candidates and activists.

The row got here after Channel 4 secretly filmed activists making racist and bigoted feedback whereas out campaigning for Mr Farage in Essex.

However the chief of Britain’s second hottest social gathering turned hearth on Labour, arguing: “The Labour candidate in Clacton has made some deeply offensive, racist remarks – so much so that Keir Starmer has banished him from the constituency and said ‘go to the Midlands'”.

“You get people in all parties saying wrong things and bad things. Whereever I find it, I always drive it out and I’ve done that all my career.”

Labour’s candidate in Clacton, Jovan Owusu-Nepaul, as soon as tweeted that “white man tears” had been his “favourite drink”.