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The Brexit Party leader defended Mr Johnson who chose not to attend the press conference following backlash from protestors as the caller accused him of acting like a child and has “got egg on his face again”. But Mr Farage argued if the Luxembourg Prime Minister didn’t want Mr Johnson to be humiliated in any way, he would have moved the press conference inside. He added that protestors would have shouted over Mr Johnson at every opportunity during the conference.

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The LBC caller, Simon from Southampton, said: “I’m absolutely disgusted by the way this has been spun. The man has come out in the media over the weekend saying about how he’s the Incredible Hulk and he’s going to smash us out of Europe.

“I listened to that press conference with Mr Bettel as it was going out live. It is quite clear they haven’t changed their stance.

“All along they haven’t changed their stance. Boris has gone there after bragging that he’s going to get us out of Europe, smash us out of Europe, get the deal of a lifetime, etc.

“It’s quite clear he’s gone there, got the same response that Theresa May got, they’re not prepared to budge and he’s stormed off in a huff.”

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Brexit newsNigel Farage raged at an LBC caller who insulted Boris Johnson (Image: LBC/GETTY)

Brexit newsThe Brexit Party leader defended Mr Johnson who chose not to attend the press conference (Image: GETTY)

Mr Farage said: “He didn’t storm off in a huff. Hang on, the geography of this, - there was his podium, just a few feet away from

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