Nigel Farage had a poster created, stirring up hatred against immigrants – but he thinks Hope Not Hate and its supporters are the extremists. What do YOU think?

Hope Not Hate has confirmed it has written to Nigel Farage, demanding that he retract his claim that the organisation, and those like it, “masquerade as being lovely and peaceful but actually pursue violent and very undemocratic means”.

Mr Farage made the statement in an interview on LBC Radio, after being challenged on his claim that terrorist attacks on Germany are Angela Merkel’s legacy.

Now Nick Lowles of Hope Not Hate has tweeted this:

Now it is Mr Farage’s turn to respond.

What will he do?

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