Nigel Farage Predicts the End for Johnson if PM Makes ‘Last Minute’ Brexit Concession
Despite formally leaving the EU in January, the UK remains within the bloc’s economic and social structures but is set to withdraw entirely at the end of December.
Nigel Farage issued a stern warning to Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday, urging him against making a last minute concession to the EU, for fear of a public backlash.
In response to a question about stalled UK-EU negotiations, LBCs Andrew Castle asked if pursuing Brexit negotiations during the coronavirus pandemic was a “legitimate concern.” The Brexit Party leader responded by claiming that the consequences of a no-deal withdrawal would be insignificant.
“Any disruption caused by Brexit will be tiny compared to the disruption to our lives that’s been caused by COVID and the way the government has dealt with it”, Mr Farage claimed.
“We know at the end of the day the European Union are battling to preserve their political empire”, he said.
Leader of the Brexit Party Nigel Farage insists that the impact of a no-deal Brexit will be ‘absolutely tiny’ in the long term, comparing the disruption to when a person moves house.@AndrewCastle63 | @Nigel_Farage pic.twitter.com/uux36lBNXN
— LBC (@LBC) December 13, 2020
After calling the government’s signing of the Withdrawal Agreement a “mistake,” he said the Prime Minister now has a chance “to set us on a completely different course” where the UK is “in charge of or own rules and regulations, where we can actually become competitive – if we
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