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Nigel Farage is asked how towns like Merthyr Tydfil will fare without EU financial help.
Party leaders are being asked questions sent in by BBC News viewers ahead of the European Parliamentary elections.
The Brexit Party leader suggests he would do a deal with any party to achieve his version of Brexit.
Nigel Farage said he would do "a deal with the devil" in order to get his version of Brexit through. It comes after Tory MP Crispin Blunt called for the government to go into an "electoral arrangement" with Mr Farage's Brexit Party to ensure the UK leaves the EU. Asked by the BBC's Huw Edwards if he would consider such a partnership, Mr Farage admitted trust may be an issue, but implied he would work with anyone to get Brexit through.
Change UK leader Heidi Allen says Nigel Farage is "a coward" when she's told by the BBC that Nigel Farage has refused to join her in a live TV debate.