Farage: IMF 'is an outpost of the EU'
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Nigel Farage: IMF 'is an outpost of the EU'

Nigel Farage has hit back at the International Monetary Fund after it warned about the consequences of a UK exit from the EU.

The UKIP leader told BBC News the IMF had "lost its way" in recent years and had been "effectively hijacked" by pro-EU bosses.

The organisation has warned a so-called "Brexit" would disrupt established trading relationships and cause "major challenges" for both the UK and the rest of Europe.

But Mr Farage said it should not be commenting on the referendum, which he said was "outside their remit".

  • 12 Apr 2016