Brexit: Nigel Farage to go ‘on the road’ with Leave group
Nigel Farage has said he is going “back on the road” to campaign against the prime minister’s Brexit plan.
In the Daily Telegraph, the UKIP MEP said Theresa May’s Chequers agreement was a “sell-out” as it included regulatory alignment with the EU.
He wrote he would join pro-Brexit group Leave Means Leave at UK public events.
Meanwhile, ex-civil service head Lord Kerslake has said consequences of a no-deal Brexit would be so serious, MPs would have to reconsider it.
Nigel Farage returns to ‘frontline politics’ to challenge Theresa May’s ‘cowardly sell-out’ Brexit
Mr Farage has accused the government and the Lords of failing to enact the result of the 2016 EU referendum.
The time has come to teach the political class a lesson: I’m back fighting for a real Brexit
It is now beyond doubt that the political class in Westminster and many of their media allies do not accept the EU referendum result.
They refuse to acknowledge the wishes of the majority of those who took part in that historic plebiscite of 2016 by voting to leave the European Union. As far as I’m concerned, this is the worst case of Stockholm syndrome ever recorded.