Monday February 17, 2020

Nigel is right: We do need to make plans for EU

We need a debate where everything is put on the table – including the full implications of what Ireland leaving the EU would mean

11th February, 2018
Nigel Farage

Don’t you just love good old Nigel? His visit to Ireland last weekend had all the signs of a farewell tour. Part of me thinks he will miss the European Parliament, deprived of a platform now that his Brexit mission has been achieved. But he looks like a man desperate to find a new role. In politics, things are never as good a second time.

So Nigel Farage now wants us to leave...

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