‘You ain’t seen nothing yet’ Farage warns bitter Remainers against betraying Brexit vote

As the europhile insisted it would be catastrophic for the UK’s economy to break ties with the red-tape obsessed union, Mr Farage told the “Remoaner” to look at it as an “exciting new future”. 

The BBC Two programme also featured Tory bigwig Sir Alan Duncan, who said Boris Johnson only backed the Vote Leave campaign so he could become leader of the Conservative Party.

Sir Alan, now a minister under Foreign Secretary Mr Johnson, was speaking the day before June’s EU Referendum and he said he believed the former London Mayor wanted to lose narrowly to the Remainers, but become “heir apparent” to then Prime Minister David Cameron.

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