Nigel Farage is still insisting that the UK wants to leave despite nearly all polls saying the opposite

Darren Richman
Monday 21 October 2019 15:15
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Nigel Farage is not a man who has ever let facts get in the way of gut feelings and he remains adamant the United Kingdom is a “leave country” despite polls suggesting the opposite is true.

Speaking to Sky’s Sophie Ridge on Sunday, the leader of the Brexit Party had this to say:

We've got a leave country, that hasn't changed one little bit.

Naturally, he didn’t provide a shred of evidence to back up the claim and it proved even more ironic considering that it came just a day after 'one million' people marched in London for a Final Say vote.

Speaking about Boris Johnson’s failure to get his new deal through parliament over the weekend, Farage added:

I'll warn everybody. If this treaty goes through nothing will have changed at all. I think far better to have a short delay and a general election where we might solve this.

As you might expect, people were keen to share their thoughts.

HT New European

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