Controversial MEP To Visit St Albans Tomorrow

CONTROVERSIAL UKIP MEP Nigel Farage will be in St Albans tomorrow to talk to sixth formers at a local school. Former UKIP leader, Mr Farage, was fined �2,700 yesterday for launching a personal attack on new European president Herman Van Rompuy last week.

CONTROVERSIAL UKIP MEP Nigel Farage will be in St Albans tomorrow to talk to sixth formers at a local school.

Former UKIP leader, Mr Farage, was fined �2,700 yesterday for launching a personal attack on new European president Herman Van Rompuy last week.

He described Mr Van Rompuy of possessing "all the charisma of a damp rag" and has now been fined 10 days pay by Jerzy Buzek, president of the European Parliament.

Mr Farage, who will be joined by St Albans UKIP parliamentary candidate John Stocker, will be talking to sixth formers at St Albans School tomorrow afternoon followed by a question and answer session.