Nigel Farage defends breastfeeding comments amid row
UKIP leader Nigel Farage insists he has no problem with women breastfeeding "wherever they want" amid a row over comments he made about the issue.
He was criticised after saying it was up to venues to decide their rules and that some people were uncomfortable with "ostentatious" breastfeeding.
Businesses may ask mothers to "perhaps sit in a corner", he suggested.
In a later statement, he accused the media of misinterpreting him and said it was a question of "good manners".
Mr Farage was asked about his views on the issue during his regular LBC phone-in, in light of a recent incident at Claridge's hotel in London where a mother was asked to cover up with a napkin while feeding her Baby
Louise Burns has said she will not return to Claridge's, a luxury hotel in Mayfair, after being asked to cover her Baby
with what she described as a "shroud" while feeding her.
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