One of the people I follow on Twitter, Dr. Paul Stott from the Centre on Radicalisation and Terrorism, wrote this earlier today on the theme of the Andrew Marr/Nigel Farage interview:
The most illuminating part of the interview was when Andrew Marr claimed Nigel Farage is best known for the 'Breaking Point' anti-immigration poster. He's not. But that is what many activists find most unacceptable in his back catalogue. Marr was taking their views as fact.
I must admit, probably because my brain was locked in 'interruption-counting' mode, that I hadn't picked up on that.
Checking back, here's what Andrew said:
Let's return to the thing that you are most well-known for, to a lot of people watching, which is that famous poster, the 'Breaking Point' poster that Ukip put up. Can I ask you, would the Brexit Party put that poster up?
Paul has a point.