Brexit architect Nigel Farage concedes that Brexit has failed

Evan Salazar


Updated at 4:01 p.m.

Former leader of the Brexit Party, Nigel Farage He considers the divorce between London and Brussels to have “failed” and accuses the Conservatives of being unable to take advantage of the UK’s exit from the European Union.

Known as the “architect of Brexit” and who also led UKIP, he made the comments during an interview with BBC Newsnight on Monday, where he took the opportunity to criticize British politicians for being “as useless as the commissioners” in Brussels. Conservative government for being unable to control the borders and solve the issue of illegal immigration. Of course, when asked whether it would be better if the country would continue to be part of the community group, he answered emphatically “I don’t believe it for a moment”, although he did describe that “what I do believe is that we have not in fact benefited financially from Brexit”. European “to the extent that” we can do “.

“We got this completely wrong, and if you look at simple things” like “corporate tax, we’re driving companies away from our country.” And the politician, who did not rule out his return, settled, “Brexit has failed, since when asked about it, he replied that he” would not rule it out. Britain from the European Union. We have been let down by the Tories, he said, “they’ve done ‘very badly'”. However, he conceded that “it can be said now that we are back in control, we are organizing our own business more” than when the state was part of the Club of Twenty-Seven, which is is optimistic.

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The Prime Minister’s official spokesperson insisted after Farage’s remarks that Rishi Sunak did not share his view on Brexit. “The prime minister has spoken of the benefits of Brexit on several occasions,” he said, explaining, for example, that “just thinking about farming,” divorce brought “benefits.” “We now have a fairer system that has been adapted to British farmers post-Brexit,” he said, explaining that thanks to leaving the EU, the sector has “the freedom to use gene-editing technology to allow farmers to mimic the natural breeding process” that helps them obtain “ More nutritious and productive crops.”

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