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The Labour MEP for London Seb Dance was chastised by a European Parliament official for ridiculing the former Ukip leader.
The former Lib Dem leader made a devastating speech against the government on Brexit.
The Tory MP and former Chancellor condemns Theresa May’s “Alice in Wonderland” plan, and calls his party “anti-immigrant”.
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BBC1’s coverage of the Trump inauguration was flaccid but Channel 4 and Newsnight excelled.
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