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Farage reacts to UK financial crisis.

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.

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  1. Totally misleading. What was 'unforgivable' (ie disliked by the money markets and institutions) was the absence of a plan outlining how the cuts were going to be paid for, not the tax cuts per se. But of course that explanation doesn't suit your agenda, does it?

  2. Farage energy security means nothing. If BP and Shell produce thousands and thousands and thousands of more barrels of oil and gas it's still sold on the spot market worldwide. So it won't be any cheaper thicko

  3. Nigel, your word is good enough for me. We must give this government more time.
    My fear is the world simply won't allow countries like the UK, Italy, Hungary and Sweden to name, but a few to join with the rest who are all globalists.

  4. The Uk must get back into the exporting trade just line Sweden does. The ekonomy in Sweden is ok. They have volvo, scania, ikea, etc.
    I remember back in the 80s when a certain british prime minister rose the intrest rates and many ppl lost their houses, many companies went under like Bristish steel companies, Leyland trucks… and so forth. That was the begining of the end for the UK

  5. Thank you, Nigel! I liked you before, I love you now. We owe you a cold beer. Give me the name of any pub you like and I'll move some funds across.

    The country is now so cynical, miserable and brain washed that they actually hate the cutting of taxes. As Churchill once quipped, "The best argument against democracy is to spend five minutes debating politics with the average, British electorate". That's even truer now than it was back in his day. What the hell has happened to us as a nation?

  6. Get the pits back open… enough dingy diver's to work down them …. instead of giving them Free money and hotels…make them work for it like we have to …. paying for there keep….

  7. Stunned this has taken this long for the media to notice. It has been obvious for around 6 months. The WEF are trying to kill the middle class, yet the main stream media has sat on this for months – keeping quiet at the expense of the people. The soon they fail the better. People should have been saving themselves 6 months ago. They are coming to kill your way of life, START FIGHTING THE SYSTEM

  8. At last a fresh take on what’s happening. Thank you Nigel as always for common sense that seems so sadly lacking these days. What’s the matter with these politicians? Are they scared because they’re being pressured by their corporate pay masters to tow the political line 🤔

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