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  • Andre Walker

Brits Should Accept Reality and Make Farage Ambassador to DC

Ever since Nigel Farage, the father of Brexit, turned up at Trump Tower on Saturday, London has been in a spin. The establishment, including Theresa May’s Conservative government, is split between those who see the relationship with Trump as an asset to the UK, and those who just see Farage as a toxic, self-serving populist.

At Wednesday’s Prime Minister’s Question Time there was a question about Farage being put into the House of Lords, but May dodged it. It is well known there are members of the British cabinet who have argued for a closer relationship with Farage, because he has Trump’s ear. They are said to include Boris Johnson, Liam Fox and David Davis, the three men in charge of forging a new place in the world for a post-Brexit Britain.

Read the full article at the New York Observer.

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