Farage v Cash Fringe Kicks Off


Standing room only at Nigel Farage’s Bruges Group fringe this lunchtime. There were plenty of Tory MPs in attendance as Farage listed Peter Bone, Jacob Rees-Mogg and Nadine Dorries as examples of MPs he would consider running on a joint ticket. Also an interesting offer of a truce to Cameron if he stands up to Romanian and Bulgarian immigration. Tory MP Anne Main walked out in protest at Farage’s prolonged attack against Bill Cash, including bashing him over Maastricht: “you didn’t have the balls to put your country before your party”. That Tory attempt to stop advertising didn’t prevent this from being the fringe event of the day…

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Lewis Goodall opines

“Remainer readers may dislike Mr Farage – they may dislike his style, his rhetoric, his approach – but he cannot be faulted for his appreciation of strategy. If his opponents don’t up their game – and fast – he will beat them, just as he did before.”


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