It figures they’d find a reason to investigate as soon as the BREXIT party ends up the single largest party in the EU Parliament
The European Union’s anti-fraud watchdog is considering whether Nigel Farage should be investigated for any illegal activity over lavish payment from Arron Banks, the Guardian has learned.
The agency, which goes by its French acronym, Olaf, revealed it was carrying out an assessment, which could lead to a formal investigation. This “initial assessment … does not mean that the individuals in question are guilty of any wrongdoing”, it said.
It’s just not the United States, and I can assure it’s not “far-right”
The European far right and the pro-environment Greens are projected to gain ground in the elections for the European Parliament at the expense of the continent’s longtime political center, The Associated Press reported Sunday.
Turnout was estimated at a two-decade high over the four days of balloting across the 28 European Union countries.