Nigel Farage and James Landale
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Nigel Farage: The effect of my fame on my children

Nigel Farage has told the BBC that his children have paid a high price for his frontline role in politics.

In the first of a series of reports looking at the the party leaders, UKIP's boss said his children had been teased at school and "judged unfairly".

The BBC's deputy political editor James Landale, travelled with Mr Farage to Brussels on what could be one of his last visits there as an MEP.

First broadcast on the BBC Six O'Clock News on BBC One and the BBC News Channel as part of the programme's party leader profile series.

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