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.