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Nigel Farage begs the public to save Brexit from defeat - ‘It’s US AGAINST THEM’

The Brexit Party leader controversially argued his party is the only one interested in delivering Brexit. Writing in The Daily Telegraph Mr Farage accused Labour and Tory MPs of breaking all their promises on Brexit while also insisting that “democracy is on the line”. Moreover, ahead of his debate with Lib Dem leader Vince Cable Mr Farage attacked the rival party, accusing them of not being liberal or indeed Democratic.

In his The Daily Telegraph column Mr Farage said: “This is only the start of our fight for democracy.

“The Brexit Party is trying to change politics for good and tell the establishment that we won’t be ignored anymore.

“The stakes are now clear.

“Democracy is on the line.

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“It’s the people against the political class, us against them.”

During the rally, Mr Farage urged his supporter to back his party and vowed a “peaceful political revolution” to end the two-party system.

Specifically taking aim at Mr Cable, Mr Farage accused the party of using “vulgar language” during their election campaign.

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Moreover, Mr Farage attacked the Lib Dems for supposedly wanting to “trash the biggest democratic mandate in British political history”.

Away from the EU election, Theresa May admitted that MPs "one last chance" to deliver Brexit.

The Prime Minister urged that party to get back on what she called a “new deal”.

Mrs May also declared that if MPs back her deal they will get a vote on whether to hold another referendum on Brexit.

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