Nigel Farage, the leader of the Brexit movement, leaves politics. I reported it in a video on Twitter on Saturday. Farage thinks he was good “after nearly thirty years in active politics,” he says.
“I achieved what I wanted. My job in my life was to get us out of the European Union,” Farage said. “We got Brexit from the European Union. It’s not perfect, but now with the vaccine we see its benefits,” he refers to the British pioneer in vaccination against Corona.
“I am not retiring. Yes, I am out of active party politics, and I think I have made my contribution. But there are many other things that I want to take care of, especially the increasing influence of the Chinese Communist Party.”
Farage is also committed to environmental issues such as clean oceans and tree planting. He says he is still active “in the media and on social media.”
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Farage, 56, was a co-founder of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) in 1993. From 2006 to 2009 and from 2010 to 2016, he was UKIP’s foreman until the UK’s departure from the European Union in 2020, he was a member of European Parliament, where he co-chairs the European Community, a skeptic in Europe for freedom and democracy.
In 2019, Farage left UKIP and became the leader of the British Reform Party, which had spun off the Brexit party. He says that he would like to hold an honorary position within this party.
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