Farage criticises post-Brexit temporary custom union plan
The UK government's proposals for a temporary customs arrangement after Brexit are inadequate, says Nigel Farage.
The MEP and former UKIP leader told Radio 4's World at One the plans showed a sense of "dither and delay".
He told presenter Martha Kearney: "We didn't vote for transitional arrangements...a divorce bill or the free movement of people to continue, all of which under this plan, will be the case."
15 Aug 2017
- From the section UK Politics