In the last couple of days Nigel Farage has become the centre of attention for not just the EU elections but also for two political financial investigations.
One is from the EU Parliament that comes after a Channel 4 documentary that says that The Brexit Party leader was given generous funds by Arron Banks during the 2016 EU referendum, with the Guardian reporting:
"Invoices, emails and documents showed Farage benefited from a £13,000-a-month Chelsea home, a car with a driver, and promotional visits to the US in 2016."
As a consequence the president of the EU parliament, Antonio Tajani, has referred Nigel Farage to an advisory committee.
The second investigation came from the UK Electoral Commission that visited the offices of The Brexit Party yesterday to investigate whether irregular payments were being made to the party. And it's funny how that visit came hard on the heels of a Gordon Brown speech that referred to Nigel Farage as being a 'man of the Paypal' not of the people.
Now, in a Press Association video, Mr Farage said that his team went to the Electoral Commission last week and The Brexit Party was given a clean bill of health, although the Commission would not put that in writing. So they asked the Electoral Commission to visit The Brexit Party's premises and the reply they got from the Commission, says ..