Nigel Farage’s supporters have been interrupted with chants of “Nazi scum” while attending an event during his week-long speaking tour of Australia and New Zealand.
Protesters arrested outside hotel hosting Farage speech in Australia
The protest was led by the Campaign Against Racism and Fascism, an activist group dedicated to fighting the far right. The group's organisers described Mr Farage a "far right global leader" on their Facebook page. His UKIP was designed to popularise the far right and give them a respectable veneer'
Five people have been arrested outside a Melbourne hotel where Nigel Farage was speaking on the latest leg of his tour of Australasia. Around 200 people met for the protest outside the Sofitel Hotel on Friday, where Mr Farage was delivering the last of the series of speeches.
One person was arrested for criminal damage, another for riotous behaviour and a third for assaulting the police and covering their face, according to The Guardian. Two other arrests were made for unrelated matters.
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