NIgel Farage says he'll leave the United Kingdom if Brexit is a disaster

Cheryl Sanders
March 30, 2017

Speaking on his LBC radio show last night, the Eurosceptic MEP said: "If Brexit is a disaster, I will go and live overseas. I see hardly anyone apologising", he told a caller to his LBC show.

But for Nigel Farage, everything changed on July 28, 2016, when the "Brexit" campaign he spearheaded was passed by British voters.

Farage has previously admitted considering plans to move to the US.

When asked if two years was enough time to complete the process, Farage said that despite some politicians' claims that trade deals take five or ten years, "Two years is plenty of time if you've got the will to make things happen". "I will go and live somewhere else".

Lydon went on to describe American President Donald Trump as a "complicated fellow", adding: "One journalist once said to me, 'Is he the political Sex Pistol?' In a way".

The former Ukip leader had campaigned for years to get Britain out of the European Union and was successful when the country voted to leave on the 24 June last year.

He went onto to say that the "people of Ireland really need to look at leaving the European Union themselves".

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