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
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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