Nigel Farage foggy with cornvirus ‘mess’ after talk of secession after Trump’s visit | UK | News

The Brexit leader spoke at a Donald Trump rally in Arizona last month in support of the Republican election campaign. Upon his return to the United Kingdom, Nigel Farage had to self-destruct due to official travel arrangements.

During a video posted on his Twitter account, Mr Faraj said he had “run away” and had taken a coronavirus test despite being separated.

He explained that the test came back as negative but he complained that he still had to be isolated.

Mr Faraj added: “Five days after I returned from the United States, it was negative so I still have no earthly reason to isolate me for another five days, and yet they have official rules that provide this kind of insanity?”

“I mean what a noise and you can read today’s newspapers and you can believe what you want to believe but here’s the information.

“We are going through the biggest peacetime economic crisis in history, the end of the Brexit talks is on and the girls and boys in Westminster are all busy playing games.

“Everyone is trying to stab each other in the back.”

Mr Faraj called for the UK’s reforms to change the name of the Brexit party, with a view to cracking down on the government’s “miserable” coronavirus response.

Mr Farage’s claim that the second England locomotive would result in “more longevity losses than that.”

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During his Twitter video, Mr Faraj talks about Dominic Cummings, who left Downing Street after an internal fight over the role of prime minister’s chief adviser.

Mr Faraj called Mr Cummins “arrogant” and said his entire “career and success was based on Bresit.”

He said: “Honestly, I never liked the block. Not only was there slander, it was actually quite arrogant.

“Was he a genius? Not really a genius, but certainly brilliant. “

Mr Faraj said the departure of Mr Cummings and Law Cain, director of Downing Street’s Director of Limited, was “bad news”.

He added: “Since the Lever is leaving Downing Street, who will really influence Boris in the coming days and weeks?”

Mr Farage then claimed Mr Johnson could not make a decision and was “always concerned about the short-term public”.

He said Mr Johnson’s fiance Carrie Symonds would now have a big impact on the prime minister that Mr Cummings and Mr Kane had left.

On Sunday, he told Sky News that “time is too short” to agree to a Brexit agreement.

But he said the points could be “resolved” based on a trade agreement between the UK and the EU to create an agreement.

Talks between the UK and the EU will resume in Brussels on Monday.

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