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Nigel Farage has celebrated the triggering of Article 50 by going to the pub for a pint.
The former UKIP leader said it was a "big day" and he was having a "minor celebration".
He added: "Every day is a sad day in the European Union because every single day that goes by opposition to the project grows amongst all 28 member states.
"The European Union may have been a good idea 60 years ago. It doesn't work anymore."
The former Ukip leader called Sweden the "rape capital of Europe" during a phone-in on his radio show last month.Read the full story ›
Kent Police and the Electoral Commission are investigating whether the Tories broke the law by failing to properly declare expenses.Read the full story ›