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Nigel Farage under fire after saying Muslims do not share British values

Comments from former Ukip leader, who also said he will stand for parliament in the future, described as ‘outright Islamophobia’

Nigel Farage has come under fire for using his first election interview to “spout Islamophobia, hatred and divisive comments” after he said a growing number of Muslims do not share British values.

The honorary president of the Reform UK party drew heavy criticism on Sunday after claiming Rishi Sunak had allowed “more people into the country who are going to fight British values” than any UK leader before him.

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