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How instrumental was Nigel Farage with brexit and Theresa May? watch

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    Hi all given Theresa May speech. I basically thought I was listening to Nigel Farage with all the points that was talked about.

    How much influence/instrumental do you think Nigel Farage has on Theresa May and with Briexit in general?

    She probably thinks he is an annoying little **** and won't speak to him.

    Anyway there is no way in a million years Farage would have endorsed this:

    And a fairer Britain is a country that protects and enhances the rights people have at work.

    That is why, as we translate the body of European law into our domestic regulations, we will ensure that workers rights are fully protected and maintained.

    Indeed, under my leadership, not only will the Government protect the rights of workers' set out in European legislation, we will build on them. Because under this Conservative Government, we will make sure legal protection for workers keeps pace with the changing labour market – and that the voices of workers are heard by the boards of publicly-listed companies for the first time.
    Farage sees these workers rights as "Brussels red tape" and wants to slash them to make Britain a "deregulated economy."

    (Original post by MagicNMedicine)

    Farage sees these workers rights as "Brussels red tape" and wants to slash them to make Britain a "deregulated economy."
    So do the Conservatives.
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