Farage celebrates crushing Remoaners and removing Brexit blockers as UK leaves this month

The leader said: “Happy New Year! We are leaving the EU in January, the Remoaners are crushed, and most of Brexit blockers are gone. The Brexit Party made much of this possible and I thank everyone who helped and supported us.”

Brexit Party MEP Richard Tice along with Mr Farage signed a New Year’s message to Brexiteers.

Their statement said: “Without us, Boris would not have become PM.

“The Conservative Party knew that to win, they had to copy many of our policies and ideas.

We put country before party or person.

“History will clearly show this.

“Standing down in over 300 seats effectively guaranteed a Boris majority, the only question was its size.

“Don’t let anyone tell you that we have not succeeded in our main goals.”

Mr Farage also welcomes an unusual editorial from the Financial Times detailing how Britain could prosper outside the EU.

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Advising the Government on how to bridge this gulf between the two economies the paper added that, “to thrive after Brexit the government will need to make sure both parts of the economy have what they require to succeed”.

There was a dour prediction for manufacturing in the UK.

The editorial statement said: “The manufacturing sector will be devastated without the access to foreign markets that allows factories to take advantage of economies of scale.

“Britain will no longer be able to participate as easily in continent-wide supply chains in car-making or aerospace, nor will regulatory approval for chemicals and pharmaceuticals be automatic.

“Some companies will shift factories and jobs back from the continent to Britain.”

The depressing conclusion being that “net movement will be of production leaving the UK”.

Although the UK’s economy is robust, the advice for the economy to avoid double dipping into depression is that it will “require intelligent political leadership and a government with a realistic appreciation of its strengths and weaknesses.

Adding that, “Boris Johnson has been awarded a stable majority by the voters.

“He should make the most of it.”

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