Fishing is on Farage's mind as he casts a line to the disaffected

As the venue for Nigel Farage’s big election speech in Grimsby, the Victorian town hall was a good choice. Described in Pevsner’s Buildings of England as “both opulent and restrained”, it dates from the early 1860s when the town was rapidly rising to a dominance as the country’s premier fishing port, which it would sustain for most of the next century.

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