Was just about to post that. Here's some quotes from the article:
Nigel Farage has said the British public are warming to Donald Trump, following the President's first week in power during which he passed a slew of controversial executive orders.
Speaking in his new role as a commentator for Fox News, Mr Farage said that people in the UK were admiring how Mr Trump "gets on and does things", although he failed to provide evidence to support the claim.
Mr Farage admitted Mr Trump started of "in a low place in British public opinion".
But he said the President's busy first week – in which he has signed executive orders, ranging from temporarily banning refugees to ordering the US-Mexico border wall – had begun to change that.
"What we've seen since Monday, frankly, is almost like a tsunami, isn't it?" Mr Farage said. He added there were: "Executive orders being signed, big changes of policy direction."
Mr Farage said that by Friday, opinion of Mr Trump in the UK was "kind of picking up" and that "people are saying: 'Wow. This guy gets on and does things.'"
Mr Farage told Fox News viewers that at one time he was a sole voice of British support for the new President. "During the election campaign itself … I think I was the only person that was supporting Trump," he said.
And Farage is on the Sunday Politics (again) today. One to miss, I think.