“Time To Wake Up!”: Farage WARNS Britain After Billionaire Donates £400k To STOP Brexit
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has warned the British people they they must “wake up” before it is too late, agree news broke that George Soros has donated hundreds of thousands of pounds to an anti-Brexit group in the UK.
Soros, a USA-based multi-billionaire has donated £400,000 from his ‘Open Society Foundation’ to the Best for Britain campaign group, which aims to stop Brexit altogether.
Glad we are finally talking about the influence of George Soros. Time to wake up. https://t.co/2yxrJP7Lxd
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Best for Britain was co-founded by chief remoaner Gina Miller, who took the government to court in order to slow down Brexit.
It is now chaired by former Deputy UN Secretary General & UK Government Minister Lord Malloch-Brown, who told the Guardian: “We, like millions of people, believe that Britain should lead, not leave, Europe.”
“We work with campaigners, businesses, unions, politicians and community groups to make sure everyone has a strong campaigning voice.
“George Soros’s foundations have, along with a number of other major donors, also made significant contributions to our work. Indeed, through his foundations he has contributed £400,000.
“But our small donors have collectively contributed more and the commitments of the other major donors also exceed this amount. So he is an important and valued donor but his funding is one among many sources.”