UKIP leader Nigel Farage has spoken to ITV News about his altercation with angry protesters during a visit to Edinburgh yesterday.
Mr Farage describes those who heckled him as "a pretty angry mob" who were "absolutely vicious, racist and nasty about England and me."
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