Ukip leader Nigel Farage’s nightmare trip to Scotland hit a new low when he hung up the phone during a tense live interview with BBC Scotland.
The unhappy politician accused interviewer David Miller of fanning ‘hatred’ towards his party before abruptly ending the conversation.
‘I’ve had enough of this interview. Goodbye,’ he said, less than 24 hours after being mobbed by rowdy protesters shouting ‘racist Nazi scum’ outside a pub in Edinburgh.
Police had to barricade the doors of the Canons Gait bar where Mr Farage was holding a press conference ahead of a Scottish parliament by-election.
Speaking about the encounter on BBC Radio Scotland’s Good Morning Scotland programme, Mr Farage likened parts of the Scottish nationalism campaign to fascism.
‘It was a demonstration dressed up as being anti-racism but in fact in itself was deeply racist, with a total hatred of the English and a desire for Scotland to…
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