MEP waves Union Jack soon after taking her European Parliament seat

MEP waves Union Jack soon after taking her European Parliament seat

I'm BLACK & my name is Magid. Get used to it!'

After receiving messages of support, he said: "Just to clarity [sic], I obviously didn't leave". "At the first sign of insult, they will know we're here, don't worry about that." .

Mr Magid told the Press Association he was unsure who the official was.

The 29 politicians elected in May's shock election result deliberately turned away as Beethoven's Ode to Joy was played in the parliamentary building in Strasbourg.

The Liberal Democrats wore bright yellow t-shirts with "Bollocks to Brexit" on the back, setting out their thoughts on the Brexit issue on their first day on the job.

The Brexit Party and Lib Dems - each with opposing views on leaving the European Union - came first and second respectively in the European Union polls.

However, Labour MP David Lammy posted: 'Brexit Party MEPs turning their backs on Europe, as they do their best to isolate the United Kingdom from the world.

Telling Nigel Farage he admired him "greatly", Iain said that the Brexit Party leader had "brought shame" on his country. These plonkers do a proud and open nation a disservice.

The proceedings were marked by protests by the UK's anti-EU Brexit Party and Catalan nationalists, whose MEPs have been blocked by the Spanish government from taking their seats.

Prior to the protest, leader Farage said he had a "funny feeling" that his MEPs would still be there come November 1, despite the UK's date for leaving the bloc now being set for October 31, and the expected incoming prime minister Boris Johnson has vowed to leave the union by then with or without a deal.

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