The Electoral Commission is to visit the offices of The Brexit Party today to review how it receives funding…
….acting on rumours that Nigel Farage had received deposits from a Milk Sheik.
Following an event in Glasgow, Gordon Brown said there was no way of telling whether donations to The Brexit Party made through PayPal come from British or foreign sources, and the system was being abused.
Leader Nigel Farage accused Mr Brown of “a disgusting smear”…
…claiming that the deposits could be part of a float; in particular, a coke float.
No one is quite sure where all these donations to the Brexit Party money is coming from, but it correlates to a dramatic drop in the amount of money held in pension pots.
Whilst pictures of public Brexit meetings do confirm that the vast majority of members are elderly, there are some younger attendees to be seen. We tried to interview several of them who told us that they were only there in an official capacity as paid carers.
Mr Farage had a milkshake thrown at him on Monday while campaigning in Newcastle ahead of Thursday’s European elections.
The Brexit Party claim to only accept deposits from certain Milk Sheiks which meet the criteria of a Brexit Member; they must be cold, white and extra thick.