A no-deal Brexit is “no downside”, Nigel Farage has stated at a rally of the Go away Means Go away marketing campaign group.
The previous UKIP chief advised an viewers in Bolton the present authorities negotiations on Brexit may plausibly finish in an settlement.
However “removed from being a cliff edge”, the UK would prosper with out one, he stated.
He stated the vast majority of the “political class” don’t respect the Brexit vote and the “limitless adverse narrative” must be countered “once more”.
“The huge quantity need to overturn it,” he stated.
“They don’t need to give us Brexit.”
Theresa Could’s plans for Brexit – often known as the Chequers plan – have been rejected by EU leaders as unworkable at a summit in Salzburg on Thursday.
Mr Farage additionally criticised the Chequers proposals, saying: “The most effective they might give us is Brexit in identify solely and that isn’t ok.”
The MEP urged supporters to jot down to their MPs to “make them know the place we stand on this subject”.
Former Brexit Secretary David Davis and Labour MP Kate Hoey are additionally talking on the rally on the College of Bolton Stadium, the primary in quite a few occasions throughout the nation organised by Go away Means Go away.
Ms Hoey stated: “Our vote issues and we cannot permit it to be stolen from us.”