Readfearne threatening public debate and democracy» that he said was «unfortunate» and that «some might consider offensive or upsetting to some of their audiences».
The comments appeared in a series of tweets, which included a reference to the Holocaust and his plans for a new «hate speech» laws.
«In many countries,화천출장안마 the law does little to protect the speaker,» he wrote, referring to Europe’s laws on freedom of expression and freedom of opinion. «And it doesn’t do much to protect the people speaking.
«On the contrary, the speech of a member of parliament is as likely to be offensive as anyone else’s,» he said. «I hope these politicians understand that.»
Nigel Farage – whose party is seen as the strongest in the European Parliament ahead of the May election – said in an interview broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Saturday morning that the comments «show why the EU should not be allowed to become an unelected, unaccountable international judiciary.»
«I’m in agreement with Mr Trump and he believes the EU should be dissolved. I do not agree with that,» Mr Farage said. «What I do agree with him on is that the EU is failing the British people and the UK in its ambition of being an international player,» he said.
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