Nigel Farage, leader of the UKIP party declares that he wants out of the EU

Photo credit David Muscroft- shutterstock

NIGEL FARAGE, UKIP party leader stated in his party’s annual conference in Donacaster on September 25 ,that he wanted his members to prioritise their aims to winning a ‘no vote’ in the upcoming referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union.

The party leader has asked activists to “put country before party” as this is a “unique opportunity” for them to get the country back.

-- Advertisement --

Mr Farage claimed that an exit from the EU was “dearer to my heart” than UKIP, and prompted his members to put everything into securing a “no vote” which is scheduled to be held before the end of 2017.

When the subject of migration was brought to the limelight,Mr Farage stated that he had indicated “ EU policy would lead to an exodus of “biblical proportions” and that, “no one listened to him.”

He then remarked that the EU’s “appalling mishandling” of the crisis would mean Britain would not vote to join the union today if it had the choice.

UKIP secured nearly four million votes in May’s general election but only claimed one Westminster seat.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here