Sky News had branded Nigel Farage ‘far-right’ during its election coverage.

The broadcaster dubbed the Reform leader in a news segment during its coverage yesterday.

It showed Farage grinning with a pint of beer alongside the banner ‘Surge of the Far-Right’.

Farage is currently more popular than Rishi Sunak among Conservative voters and a far cry away from the extremism associated with the far-right.

Reform is on track to overtake the Tories in second place in the polls.

This is not the first time that mainstream outlets like the BBC and Sky News have come out to attack Farage.

Just a few weeks ago the BBC were forced to apologise for their coverage of a Reform press conference.

The BBC also came under the spotlight for a six minute uninterrupted attack during Have I Got News For You on the political leader.