Nigel Farage and Brexit are as entwined as cheese and pickle in a sandwich. Now, Nigel Farage says he was never dishonest about his Brexit claims.
Yes, you read that right, and no we don’t get it either.
Nigel Farage dishonest
Nigel Farage has told Sky’s Beth Rigby that he’d be prepared to tighten border controls further – even if it meant labour shortages went up.
Here is a clip of the interview which will be shown in full at 9pm.
Farage’s comment come as Brexit red tape has cost each household £250 in higher food bills alone since the UK left the EU, according to new research, reports The Independent.
“The fact that the results are driven entirely by products with high non-tariff barriers imported from the EU offers strong evidence that Brexit is the driving force behind these effects,” the researchers say.
Also, latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show food CPI inflation at 19.3 per cent – down only slightly on March’s 19.6 per cent
When it cmes to immigration, one of nigel’s obsessions, how has that been since we left the EU?
Well, pro-Brexit Tory governments, since the vote to leave was decided, have pledged to crack down on immigration.
However, immigration to Britain lept by more than 15% with 1.2 million coming to the country for long-term stays in 2022, according to Office for National Statistics figures released on Thursday.
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