Nigel Farage’s Brexit party is not only the biggest party in the UK, but also one of the largest in the European parliament.
Following the Brexit Referendum and Donald Trump’s election as President, for a third time critics who say Vladimir Putin could not win a truly democratic vote have been proved wrong.
The Brexit Party have been accused of accepting dark money by employing a PayPal method which allows donations of less than £500 to be made anonymously.
Nigel Farage has denied there is anything suspicious, claiming that it is thousands of angry, eligible British voters who each made a donation to their campaign of exactly 40,000 rubles.
A Guido Fawkes investigation revealed that anti-Brexit campaigners, Led By Donkeys, has breached legal spending limits by over £70,000 during the EU election campaign.
A spokesperson for Led By Donkeys has put the error down to an administration error that led to milkshakes being purchased from Five Guys instead of McDonalds.
Both the Brexit Party and Remain parties are claiming victory in the European Elections.
The only thing the two sides can agree on is that the BBC’s reporting is heavily biased against them.