Nigel Farage has expressed outrage at the news Boris Johnson is set to take no-deal off the table, warning that Britain ‘will never be free of EU rules’ if he continues along such a path. The Brexit Party leader spoke out this morning after it was revealed the Prime Minister’s new manifesto is set to abandon the threat of a no-deal Brexit in an attempt to gain support from the centre ground. In a direct contrast with his initial ‘do or die’ vow to leave the EU with or without a deal on October 31, Johnson will focus on achieving Brexit ‘immediately’ through his ‘fantastic’ deal. Mr Farage said on Twitter: ‘If Boris Johnson will abandon a clean break Brexit, and he wins an election on this, we will never be free of EU rules.’ Details of the manifesto emerged as Mr Johnson revealed he would reject Nigel Farage’s offer of a Leave Alliance at the general election, telling voters the only way to guarantee Brexit will happen is to support the Conservative Party at the ballot box. Mr Johnson will also pledge to lift the threshold at which people start paying National Insurance contributions and raise the threshold for the 40p rate… Read full this story
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