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“Banks told to respect free speech” is the Times’ headline on the fallout from Nigel Farage having his account closed at Coutts, which he suggests was due to his political views. A document put together by the bank reviewing his suitability as a client mentioned Brexit and his alleged links to Russia, he has said. “Ministers are considering making free speech protections a condition of permits” following the row, the paper writes. There is also a report about inflation falling in the UK.