Nigel Farage says Britain heading for recession 'regardless of Brexit' - The Guardian

Nigel Farage has said Britain is heading for a “mild” recession but says it has nothing to do with Brexit. The victorious Leave campaigner rejected warnings that leaving the European Union would have dire consequences for the UK economy, even as ...

Nigel Farage says the UK is heading for recession regardless of Brexit - The Independent

'Our growth forecasts are down... everyone forgets that sterling is in a bear market, declining since July 2014,' insists Ukip leader. Harriet Agerholm · @HarrietAgerholm; Sunday 26 June 2016 10:23 BST ...

Britain WILL enter recession, Farage predicts - but Ukip leader insists the downturn has nothing to do with Brexit - Daily Mail

Nigel Farage today admitted that Britain is set to slip into recession in the wake of the EU referendum - but insisted it has nothing to do with Brexit. The Ukip leader said that the UK's economy was likely to shrink in the coming year, blaming the ...

Nigel Farage: Britain heading for recession.... but it's nothing to do with Brexit - Evening Standard

Nigel Farage has said Britain is heading for a recession, but it has nothing to do with Brexit. Mr Farage rejected claims that the UK economy would suffer after leaving the European Union, despite the pound falling to its lowest value in 30 years. The ...

How Britain Tricked Itself Into Leaving Europe - Daily Beast

The admission on TV by UKIP leader Nigel Farage that he'd fudged the costs and benefits of leaving the EU is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. Michael Weiss. 06.24.16 2:35 PM ET. Kingsley Amis used to joke that the argument for his nation's entry ...

Jeremy Hunt calls for second referendum in leadership bid - The Week UK

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has raised the prospect of a second referendum on EU membership - and says he is "seriously considering" standing to be the next Conservative leader. Hunt, who said in April that the health brief would probably be his "last ...

Ukip is far from over, says Nigel Farage as he reveals the party wants to help negotiations with Brussels - Telegraph.co.uk

During the course of Wednesday night, torrential thunderstorms hit London and the South East. Huge quantities of rain fell in the early hours before the polls opened on Thursday morning, flooding railway stations and closing roads. The downpour woke ...

Congratulations, you've taken our country back - to 1953 or 1853 - Mirror.co.uk

I spent most of Friday walking around in a daze wondering if I was having an out-of-body experience. It was partly down to lack of sleep. But it was mostly down to the shock that millions of people I had faith in could be so naive, insular and gullible ...

BREGRET or regret for voting Brexit spreading across UK - Market Business News

BEGRET, a new term for regret for voting for Brexit, i.e. leaving the European Union, is spreading rapidly across the UK. Brexit voters were shocked at the economic impact of their decision and Nigel Farage's incredible U-turn regarding the £350 ...

Video evidence emerges of Nigel Farage pledging EU millions for NHS weeks before Brexit vote - The Independent

Video evidence has emerged of Nigel Farage saying EU cash should be spent on the National Health Service after Brexit. The Ukip leader on Friday morning denied having endorsed a pledge to spend Britain's EU contribution on the NHS just hours after the ...

Nigel Farage backtracks on Leave campaign's '£350m for the NHS' pledge hours after result - The Independent

Nigel Farage has disowned a pledge to spend £350 million of European Union cash on the NHS after Brexit. The Ukip leader was asked on ITV's Good Morning Britain programme whether he would guarantee that the money pledged for the health service ...

Nigel Farage's EU Referendum '52-48 Result' Comment Comes Back To Haunt Him - Huffington Post UK

Nigel Farage said back in May that 52-48 win for the Remain side in the EU referendum would be “unfinished business”. In an interview with the Mirror the Ukip leader said such a narrow margin would prompt him to fight for a second referendum. He said ...

'No guarantee' £350m a week of EU cash will be spent on NHS, says Nigel Farage - Pulse

The £350m the Leave campaign claims is being spent every week on the European Union is unlikely to all be spent on the NHS, leader of UKIP Nigel Farage has admitted. The official Vote Leave campaign had claimed that the money would all be spent on ...

UK votes to leave the EU in historic referendum - ITV News

The UK has voted to leave the European Union after 43 years in an historic referendum. Leave won by 52% to 48%. David Cameron has announced he will resign as prime minister in October. Nicola Sturgeon has said another independence referendum in ...

The Xenophobia of Brexit - The Indian Express (blog)

Nigel Farage, leader of UKIP, poses in front of the poster that has been accused of 'scaremongering'. (Source: AP). As the much debated, discussed, and campaigned-for Brexit ended on a globally negative note, a lot has been said about the economic ...

Furious Nigel Farage to take control of Britain's exit from the EU in Brussels after Vote Leave freezes him out - Telegraph.co.uk

Nigel Farage has reacted with fury after Vote Leave said it would exclude him from a cross-party committee which will negotiate Britain's exit from the European Union. The UK Independence Party leader said that he would use his position as head of the ...

Nigel Farage: the heckler takes centre stage - Financial Times

Thirteen months ago Nigel Farage was heading for the political scrapheap. The leader of the UK Independence party had failed in his seventh attempt to win election to the House of Commons, falling short by almost 3,000 votes. Sample the FT's top ...

Nigel Farage: the Brexit king of Britain - The Sydney Morning Herald

London: If you talk to Nigel Farage for long enough, you realise that there are two topics that can cause the mask of bonhomie to slip -- two things that he hates more than anything else in the world. Those things are the European Union and David Cameron.

The morning after the Brexit vote, Nigel Farage admits money for the NHS was a lie - Boing Boing

In the runup to the Brexit vote, the "Leave" campaign repeatedly argued that the National Health Service could receive £350m/week in funds diverted from the money supposedly remitted by the UK to the EU (in reality, that number is radioactively false).

Nigel Farage is the face of Brexit - Chicago Tribune

Nigel Farage, the leader of the U.K. Independence Party speaks to the media on College Green with the Houses of Parliament in the background in London, Friday, June 24, 2016. (Matt Dunham, AP). Robert ColvileForeign Policy. If you talk to Nigel Farage ...