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Farage: 'It is the second worst deal in history'

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage adds that Boris Johnson's deal is "the second worst" in history after Theresa May's and "not worth voting for".

Speaking at his party's rally in Westminster, Mr Farage urged MPs to "put country before party, vote this deal down and be heroes in the eyes of those who believe in democracy."

Farage: PM's deal is an 'attempt to put lipstick on the pig'

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage says Boris Johnson's deal is a "re-heating of Theresa May's deal" and "will not get Brexit done".

Speaking at a party rally at Westminster's Queen Elizabeth II centre, Mr Farage says: "Boris calls it a great new deal.

"It isn’t new, because 95% of that withdrawal agreement is exactly the same as that put by the Commons by Theresa May and voted down three times.

"It is a re-heating of Mrs May’s EU treaty and the attempt to put lipstick on the pig, and I hope and believe the House of Commons and British public won’t buy it at the fourth time of asking."

The Brexit Party has held a series of rallies in Watford, Camborne in Cornwall, and London's Westminster in the lead up to the 31 October Brexit deadline.

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage
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Nigel Farage: 'We'd be unstoppable' in a pact with Tories
The Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage says if the Conservatives and his party made a pact during an election "we'd be unstoppable".