WATCH: Tory MP LIES About Farage & UKIP: “Nigel Farage Wasn’t In Favour Of Original EU Referendum”

Speaking on the BBC’s Question Time, Conservative MP Dominic Raab hit out with lies about Farage, saying that he wasn’t in favour of a referendum in the first place.

The program, hosted this week in North London, followed a very divisive series of events this morning when Nigel Farage appeared to say that he supported a second referendum.

Dominic, the MP for Esher and Walton, said: “Nigel Farage wasn’t in favour of an original referendum; he just said ‘Vote UKIP, we’ll just take you straight out.

“So I don’t think what they’re doing is as a matter of democratic principle, it’s raw political expedience.”

However, UKIP’s manifesto from 2015, when Nigel was leader, said: “UKIP believes British citizens should have an in/out referendum on our membership of the EU as soon as possible.”

The manifesto was clear that UKIP supported a leave vote, saying: “For 40 years the UK and the EU have been pulling in different directions: Brexit will leave us free to fulfil our different destinies, while enjoying mutually beneficial and prosperous relationships with each other. ”

Clarifying their position in 2015, the manifesto said: “As a minimum, we will seek continued access on free-trade terms to the EU’s single market. Our custom is valuable to the EU now and will continue to be so following Brexit.”

Evidently, Dominic has been telling rather naughty lies!

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1 Response

  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    This is not a comment in support of the EU, because quite frankly, I detest what the EU has become, and now find that this is what was envisaged right from the start.
    The EU has been all along, a grouping of independent Nations that are willing to sacrifice their independence for some sort of general good. To that end many Treaties of intent were raised, and signed as acceptance by those Nations. When a Nation like ours, wishes to leave, then ALL the National members have the ability to ensure that we don’t get something for nothing. What is the point therefore in having so called ‘negotiations’, where one side is tied up totally by its Treaties. This makes no sense at all, and is the hallmark of the EU.
    Rather late in the day, 40+ years too late, we get to understand what the EU is really all about. They knew full well that this Nation of UK/GB was a Nation that would not buy into trading our independence, and rather than explanation and winning us over, tried to enforce its will. That is the reason for the mess we are in now. Their weak link was Cameron, who used the EU as a tool to clear a domestic, political problem, and the people voiced their true opinion. Oops !
    Cameron was a political fool, but by accident, did this Nation a great service, so I guess we should Thank him ! What we do now, is very obvious. WE LEAVE. It is our door that we leave unlocked, so that when common trade sense is at last found by the EU, trade talks may resume, in much the same way as non EU Nations do trade, but without the overbearing political union of an EU member.

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