May 14th, 2019
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has warned that voters may feel so betrayed by the political class they are being put off voting altogether, and this could imperil Brexit.
Speaking at a rally for voters passionate about seeing the 2016 referendum decision taken by the British people to leave the European Union implemented, and where much of the evening’s talk focussed on the importance of seeing democracy respected, Mr Farage gave his view on how politics can be changed with action on a local level.
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Responding to a question on the floor on how the political climate can be improved the Brexit party leader warned that anger against Westminster could become a hurdle. Farage told the audience: “We’ve got a set of elections coming up next week, the European election — a national election.
“The problem we’ve got is for many people, they are so disgusted that their votes have been ignored, that promises have been broken, that there’s a danger from our side of the argument that many like us who want this to be a free, independent country are so hacked off that they may stay at home.”
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