Farage Buries Hatchet With Vote Leave

Guido hears Chris Grayling will be the first Cabinet member to share a stage with Nigel Farage during the referendum campaign. They are due to appear under a Grassroots Out banner at a rally in Stoke on Monday. Very welcome to see the star supporter of Grassroots Out and a Vote Leave committee member put aside the past differences of their respective campaigns and unite to focus on the real enemy. Farage allies say the hatchet is buried: “onwards to victory”. Nigel himself says:

“All those who want the United Kingdom to leave the European Union will I’m sure welcome Chris Grayling’s approach of co-operating cross-party and cross-group.”

Penny for Suzanne Evans’ thoughts. Arron Banks meanwhile announces his decision on whether he will seek a judicial review on behalf of Leave.EU at midday…




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