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The pub's host accuses Nigel Farage of leaving before the car accident


Brex hit and run? Nigel Farage's 4×4 with a chauffeur crashed into me and he only "climbed up and left" hours before Question Time, the pub's host claims

  • Nigel Farage is accused of leaving the Range Rover Jaguar car accident
  • The innkeeper Patrick Tranter and his son said they needed treatment for injuries
  • Said Brexit Party leader lives two miles away and visits George and Dragon's pub – but is now "blocked" from his actions
  • Farage, who was on his way to Question Time, denies the allegations and says that he checked that everyone was okay before taking a "discreet" getaway

Nigel Farage is accused of dropping out of a car accident, as reported last night.

The leader of the Brexit party is said to have "climbed and gone" after his Range Rover with chauffeur crashed into a Jaguar with a father and his 13-month-old son on Thursday morning.

38-year-old landlord Patrick Tranter and his son George both went to the hospital for treatment.

The leader of the Brexit party is said to have "climbed and gone" after his Range Rover with chauffeur crashed into a Jaguar with a father and his 13-month-old son

38-year-old George and Dragon Pub landlord Patrick Tranter and his son George both went to the hospital for treatment. The 38-year-old said Mr. Farage was now due to his shortage

38-year-old George and Dragon Pub landlord Patrick Tranter and his son George both went to the hospital for treatment. The 38-year-old said that Mr. Farage was now "banned" because of his lack of "decency".

Mr. Tranter said to The Sun, "He lives two miles away and loves a beer, but he won't get one from me." Man of the people, my ass.

"It is blocked for me."

The 55-year-old Farage denied the allegations last night, claiming he'd checked that no one was hurt before adding, "If I'm banned, it's not too terrible, is it?"

Mr. Tranter, who had been visited by Farage at the George and Dragon Pub in Westerham, Kent, had just dropped his wife off at the train station and had gone home when the two cars collided in nearby Titsey.

Mr. Tranter, who had been visited by Farage at the George and Dragon Pub in Westerham, Kent in the past, had just dropped his wife off at the station and had gone home

Mr. Tranter, who had been visited by Farage at the George and Dragon Pub in Westerham, Kent in the past, had just dropped his wife off at the station and had gone home

Mr. Tranter, whose Jaguar Series 3 Sovereign was written off in 1986, added: “We crashed with a huge bang. Farage could not have missed George screaming. I ran out to see if my little boy was fine.

Farage got out of the Range Rover, took his bag from the trunk, and walked away.

"He didn't have the usual decency to see if we were okay and never looked back."

The collision occurred Thursday morning, hours before his 34th appearance in Question Time in Northampton

The collision occurred Thursday morning, hours before his 34th appearance in Question Time in Northampton

Farage said last night: “The driver of the other car was abusive. He cursed very loudly and after accidents people do all kinds of things. It was quite a blast and I understand why people can be a bit shocked.

After realizing that everyone was fine, I discreetly withdrew from the situation.

If someone had been injured, I would have stayed and waited for the ambulance. I didn't hear his child scream, so I went up the street. "

Mr Farage's Brexit party led the elections ahead of the European Parliament elections on May 23. A recent poll found that over 30 percent would vote for the new party

Farage's Brexit party is now leading the pre-European Parliament elections on May 23. Over 30 percent of respondents say they vote for the new party

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