No.Now I think of it he may have a berth in Poland, or even France.
Biggus Robbus wrote: ↑Sun Feb 10, 2019 1:45 pmHere's a guess.
"The Brexit Party will stand for "real" people, because people who voted remain are not "real" people, who will go up against the elite/political class/establishment/left wing media/lefty liberals to deliver a "real" Brexit.
The Brexit Party will be the only party that can speak for the "real" people. "
I am showing off after reading my book on populism in that populists are anti-pluralist. Only they can speak for the people, just as Trump delegitimises Democrats by saying they could not legitimately win the next election.
Approached by BuzzFeed News, Farage declined to comment on whether he will continue to support the Brexit party in light of its founder's views.
Responding to this story, a spokesperson for the Muslim Council of Britain said:
"Nigel Farage's claim that he left UKIP due to its descent into Islamophobia and its alignment with elements of the far-right, appears untenable given the new revelations.
"Without any immediate action by Mr Farage, many will understandably conclude that given his own personal history, Islamophobia was being used as a convenient political football in his fight against Mr Batten rather than a matter of principle against racism.
Mr Farage must act immediately to disassociate from Ms Blaiklock and The Brexit Party under her leadership."
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