The Brexit party’s success is built on the US model of attacking liberal institutions as blocks on the path of justice and freedom
There is only one man, since liberal leader David Lloyd-George’s coalition came to power in 1918, to have won a UK-wide election while not sporting a Conservative or Labour rosette: Nigel Farage.
It is a feat the Brexit party leader is likely to claim on Sunday evening when Britain’s European election returns are counted. Many will tell you this is just a repeat performance of 2014 when Farage’s Ukip topped the UK’s European parliament poll . Don’t listen: it is not and should not be treated as such.
Perhaps when the Brexit party history is written, it will be appraised as a British equivalent of the Tea partyNigel Farage’s real target is Britain’s ‘failed’ democracy, not Brexit
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