July 20, 2024
'Brexit political revolution is coming' Nigel Farage vows to smash two party system apart.
Nigel Farage said that it was the first step in a revolution sweeping the country.
Nigel Farage said that it was the first step in a revolution sweeping the country.

NIGEL FARAGE has vowed to “smash the two party system apart” – beginning with this week’s by-election in Peterborough.

As his supporters plot to put him in Downing Street after the next election, he was leading a rally in the city ahead of Thursday’s crucial vote. According to friends of Mr Farage, a victory for the Brexit Party in the East Anglian city will cause political tremors around the world, similar to Trump’s shock presidential victory. The Brexit Party leader also said he is ready to meet Donald Trump if the US President still wants to see him on his state visit. He said: “The President has asked to see me, Downing Street don’t want me to meet him but if he asks of course I will go.” 

While President Trump is close friends with Mr Farage, he leant political support to Boris Johnson yesterday in his bid to become prime minister. 

Defying diplomatic norms Mr Trump said: “I think Boris would do a very good job. I think he would be excellent. 

“I like him. I have always liked him. I don’t know that he is going to be chosen, but I think he is a good guy, a very talented person. 

“He has been very positive about me and our country.” 

Meanwhile, fuelled by his party’s victory in the EU election, making it the biggest single party in the European Parliament, Mr Farage said it was the first step in a revolution sweeping the country. 

He said: “The European elections last week were just the beginning for this party. If Brexit is not delivered on October 31, then a political revolution is coming. The Brexit Party will smash the two-party system.” 

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