Nigel Farage lands Fox News punditry role

 
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Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has been signed up as a contributor to Fox News.

The broadcaster said it would be using Farage, who recently made friends with incoming President Donald Trump, for political analysis.

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The Fox gig comes after Farage landed his own nightly radio show on LBC.

Farage may also be kept busy by Westmonster, a new anti-establishment (and pro-Farage) website set up by Ukip donor Arron Banks and Michael Heaver, a former press adviser to Farage.

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It launched this week with an exclusive opinion piece written by none other than Nigel Farage.

Alongside his media commitments, Farage remains a serving Ukip MEP for the South East of England.

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