EU anti-fraud body considering investigation into Nigel Farage

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Former UKIP leader allegedly received gifts worth £450,000 from insurance tycoon and Brexit campaigner Arron Banks.

  • Lili Bayer
  • Politico

Former UKIP leader allegedly received gifts worth £450,000 from insurance tycoon and Brexit campaigner Arron Banks.

OLAF, the EU’s anti-fraud agency, is in the process of determining whether to open a formal investigation into allegations that British politician Nigel Farage received £450,000 from a businessman.

The U.K.’s Channel 4 News program reported last week that Farage had received gifts worth £450,000 from insurance tycoon Arron Banks, a co-founder of the…

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