Nigel Farage goes on BRUTAL rant CONDEMNING Remainers Anna Soubry and Tony Blair

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Nigel Farage broke into a rant condemning Change UK’s Anna Soubry and former Labour leader Tony Blair for speaking on television with Remainer sentiments. He added that failures from the government have increased the divide across the country and added Britain could fall into “disrepute.” While at a Brexit Party rally in Merthyr Tydfil in Wales said: “They appear on television on a regular basis.

“John Major appears on television and tells us we should simply revoke Article 50 and cancel the whole process.

“Never far behind John Major is Tony Blair.”

The crowd then booed and jeered as Mr Farage pauses with a smile before he continued his speech.

He continued: ”Again telling us we didn’t know what we voted for, we don’t know what is good for us we are going to have to have a second referendum because next time we’ll get it right.

“It is the same with Nick Clegg and so many of the others and of course my favourite of all, all of our favourites, Anna Soubry.”

The crowd then booed louder and the Brexit Party leader insisted he was about to get to the serious point.

He went on to say: “The serious point is this, democracy can only work if those that lose elections are prepared to accept the result.

“If that doesn’t happen in a general election or a referendum then you finish up with a system that falls into disrepute.

“And I would argue that the real reason we have got division in this country, the levels of abuse we are seeing in this country, the political activists blocking the road is many in our establishment, far from respecting the vote, have done everything they can to overturn the greatest democratic exercises in our nation.

“It is a total and utter disgrace”

Mr Farage remains confident that the European elections will allow him and his party to change British politics forever.

Early polls indicate that the Brexit Party still remains ahead of both the Labour and Tory party as their popularity has waned due to the Brexit impasse.

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