The Brexit Party leader said he will enter a pact with the Tories if Boris Johnson ditches Theresa May's withdrawal agreement.
In a speech at a Confronting Extremism Together event, Home Secretary Sajid Javid praised Nigel Farage for ignoring 'thugs and racists' like Ukip.
In a speech ahead of a secret vote for the next European Commission president, Mr Farage accused German politician Ursula von der Leyen of aiming to make the EU a "centralised, undemocratic, updated form of communism".
Nigel Farage and other Brexit Party MEPs turned their backs at the opening session in Strasbourg while the 'Anthem of Europe' was played at the parliament's first session.
The Brexit Party leader is spoofed in the comedy series Year of the Rabbit, starring Matt Berry and Keeley Hawes.
Noel Gallagher: “You take part in a democratic process - if you don’t like the outcome, go to North Korea."
Police are investigating an allegation of incitement to violence following Jo Brand's joke about throwing battery acid at politicians.
Downing Street has cited Jo Cox's widower Brendan Cox's call for violence and intimidation against MPs not to be normalised.
Jo Brand joked people should throw batter acid, instead of milkshakes at "unpleasant characters".
Donald Trump arrived in the UK on Monday morning for a three-day state visit which will be met by protests across the country.
Nigel Farage's Brexit Party inflicted bruising losses on the Conservative and Labour parties in the European elections.
Mcfadden: “Incredible how many brits jump on the anti trump bandwagon. He’s exactly what Britain needs! A Britain first at all costs attitude is essential.”
Among attendees of the rallies, there is support variously for Norway, Canada and Switzerland style deals, a range of WTO arrangements, leaving and staying in the single market, and no deals whatsoever. The candidates are tedious puppets, led by wily opportunists with a penchant for populism.
Dooley made comments while appearing the Andrew Marr Show this morning alongside journalist Sarah Vine and Ella Whelan of Spiked.
During the investigation, the MEP is confronted over claims Mr Banks spent around £450,000 funding his lifestyle.