The boorish rent-a-crowd who exposed the unacceptable face of the separatist movement

Graham Grant
May 2013
Daily Mail;5/18/2013, p7
A MOTLEY crew of students and socialist agitators - some with serious form for taking part in similar events - was behind Thursday's Farage protest.


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