Do not adjust your TV screens. In a shock admission, Brexit poster boy, Nigel Farage has told the BBC that ‘Brexit has failed’.
Appearing on the BBC’s flagship political digest show, Newsnight, Brussels baiter, Nigel said: “Brexit has failed, we’ve not delivered on Brexit and the Tories have let us down very, very badly.”
So there we have it. If Nigel says he’s unhappy, he must be unhappy in his work.
Making plans for Nigel
Although not agreeing that the U.K. would have been better off remaining in the EU, the goggle-eyed Homer Simpson lookalike did admit that “What Brexit has proved, I’m afraid, is that our politicians are about as useless as the commissioners in Brussels. We’ve mismanaged this totally,”
In a typical ‘Farage barrage’ bemoaning the lack of drive and imagination from the U.K.’s political elite, the ex-leader of patriotic political parties, the UK Independence Party, and the Brexit Party, hinted that he may return to politics at the next general election, to resume his position as a thorn in the side of Tories and Labourites up and down the country.
Nigel Farage, currently a chat show host on the U.K. channel, GB News, is the honorary president of the populist right-wing Reform U.K. party, which intends to stand candidates against every Tory MP at the next election – just to piss them off. Whether or not Nigel will stand himself is yet to be seen. He has a poor record of success at the ballot box, failing in all seven previous attempts to become an MP, the last of which was in the 2015 general election when he lost by 2,812 votes in South Thanet – a working-class shithole in the county of Kent.