Farage reacts as EU panic unfolds.

Britain has the upper hand. Let’s use it to our advantage.

Written by Nigel Farage

Nigel Farage is a British politician, leader of The Brexit Party, broadcaster and political analyst.Farage began his career in 1982 as a commodities trader at the London Metal Exchange and ran his own metals brokerage firm after working at Credit Lyonnais Rouse and Drexel Burnham Lambert. He left a successful career to go into politics after the Conservative party signed the Maastricht Treaty, which advocated “ever closer union” between European nations.In June 2016, Farage was a leading figure in the campaign to leave the EU. This gained him the name “Mr Brexit” by the then candidate to the US presidency Donald J Trump whom he came to support at a Mississippi rally in 2016. Nigel Farage was one of the very few that predicted that Donald Trump would win the presidential elections.He has provided political analysis for Fox News channel and is the host of LBC's The Nigel Farage Show.


  1. Great stuff, Nigel! Cheers from New Zealand!
    It is GREAT to see the UK *free* from the tyranny of the EU!
    I hope that in the coming months and years, more and more people who were "remainers" wake up and realise that the UK has freed itself from the *voracious and evil LEECH* that the EU is.

  2. You always see the true character of someone or something when the chips are down. We are seeing that with the EU now. Arrogant, selective, bullying tactics to reassert superiority and dominance. They have failed miserably to protect the citizens under their own jurisdiction with the Covid vaccine because they can only respond to any issue facing them as a centralised administrative bureaucracy rather than with practical common sense.

  3. What a stupid move from the EU I would have never thought they’d do something like this, I’m sure you’re laughing now because you were Wright about them.

  4. Discussing the issue of vaccines and the efficiency of distribution is like talking about the colour of wallpaper in a prison cell: utterly beyond the point..

  5. There is a good chance the European Parliament will not ratify the trade agreement. We have the opportunity then to immediately go to WTO terms for trade, stop the EU fishing in our waters and start impounding there vessels who no doubt will flout the rules. Then we will have another opportunity to sort this mess out. After all the current agreement is not working. My guess is the absence of the British pound being spent in Spain, Greece etc will hurt their ability to grow and recover their economies. Popular will of the people directly affected would be heard loud and clear that reform is drastically needed. Common sense must prevail.

  6. If I were able to vote for you on March 17th in the Netherlands, I certainly would. Unfortunately I live in one of the most eurosexual countries in Europe, But more and more people are hoping for a nexit asap….

  7. Dont trust any politicians, they all have individual agendas and are self serving there are no heroes that look out for the little guy. 99.999999% of the world wants to live in peace, its these c&nts that are denying us this.