As things heat up in negotiation between the UK and EU, there remain significant gaps in some regions of talks. There have also been compromises in recent from the British on fisheries which pushed a three-year transition phase on fisheries which many have been extremely angry about. With his offer still on the table and Michel Barnier going round to the heads of the fishing nations in the EU to see if compromises can be made, Nigel Farage is waiting in the wings to make his re-entry into British politics should the Tories mess up on Brexit.
In a recent report from Ex UKIP MEP, Mr Patrick O’Flynn reported saying, Nigel Farage is waiting for any sliding on the red lines to make his return.
Mr O’Flynn Wrote: “A few weeks ago, Nigel Farage enjoyed a get together with a very senior Conservative Party figure. Brexit was, naturally, at the heart of the conversation. As he departed from the convivial rendezvous he delivered a line that lowered the temperature in the room and is likely to concentrate Tory minds: ‘If you screw it up again I will come back and kill you.’
“So far there is little sign of Boris Johnson’s administration going soft on post-Brexit negotiations.
“But Tory wariness of Farage persists and is understandable. After all, this is the man who has built a political brand that has haunted the party’s every waking hour not once, but twice.”
Mr O’Flynn’s piece in the Spectator concluded by saying: “Were he to re-enter the fray even as the ‘Mr Ten Percent’ of British politics, Nigel Farage could completely transform the scene to the massive detriment of the Conservative Party.
“So he watches and he waits, knowing all the time that a Tory failure to deliver on Brexit or immigration will let him back in the game. A memo to the Tories about how to fend him off could be written in two words: Don’t fail.”