“I cannot name them.”
From France to Poland, we'll be rounding up Europe's responses to the EU referendum result.
Videos have emerged showing people shouting at the former mayor as he leaves his Islington home and makes his way to work.
Farage admitted that there was no guarantee the money will go to the NHS, but reassured viewers that £350m a week will be spent on something.
Plus: they'll stop making fun of Prince Charles's ears, reserve us some sunloungers and play every Bond villian we want them to.
The former England footballer swiftly contradicts the Justice Secretary's comment.
A game of two halves.
The Mail on Sunday and The Times want In. The Sun, The Sunday Times and The Sunday Telegraph want Out.
Though some politicians have made long, well-argued speeches about the EU, correspondents on all channels are more interested in political tactics than policy.
The tabloid supports Britain leaving the EU.
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