Nigel Farage, European Union, Brexit Party, Boris Johnson, Brexit, 2016 Referendum

Nigel Farage, European Union

Farage says Brexit will be delayed again when PM Johnson's deal falls

Brexit is now in doubt as the political elite in London was plotting with the EU to betray the 2016 referendum.

16.9.2019

Brexit is now in doubt as the political elite in London was plotting with the EU to betray the 2016 referendum .

Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage says he believes Britain's departure from the European Union will be delayed again because parliament will reject Prime Minister Boris Johnson 's attempt to do a last-minute deal with Brussels. Cast by his supporters as the godfather of Brexit , Farage said Britain

Farage said Britain was in the grip of its biggest row since the English Civil War in the 17th century and that Johnson risked destroying his Conservative Party as he was trying to reheat the failed exit deal of his predecessor Theresa May.

A former commodities trader, Farage has transformed British politics over the past decade by poaching Conservative voters to force a succession of prime ministers towards ever tougher positions on Europe.

But shunned by the British political establishment, Farage, backed by Eurosceptic financiers, helped sell Brexit to millions of voters in England and Wales who felt ignored by the mainstream Conservative and Labour parties.

With the United Kingdom split down the middle over Brexit, Farage has offered Johnson an electoral pact to ensure Brexiteers remain in power to deliver the divorce, but he has so far been rejected.

Farage has offered to not stand against Conservative candidates in return for having a free run in 80 to 90 parliamentary seats in Wales, the Midlands and the North East where his party hopes to beat the opposition Labour Party.

Farage dismissed concerns over the economic impact of no-deal Brexit as"Project Fear Mark II" confected by"Whitehall pen pushers".

In the English seaside resort of Southport, Farage received a standing ovation from a 1,600-seat theatre packed with supporters, some of whom shouted out"traitor" when he named prominent politicians and media organisations who he said were trying to thwart Brexit.

Read more: Yahoo Singapore

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