British MEP Steven Woolfe said he believed Nigel Farage was the best at expressing a clear and simple message. He said this contributed to the Brexit Party leader’s success in the recent European elections. He warned both Labour and the Tories could suffer significantly if they don’t address their Brexit issues in time for the next general election.
Mr Woolfe said on RT QuestionMore: “The British people aren’t stupid and they are very angry and upset.
“Particularly in the North of England, the Midlands and Wales, where you saw increasing votes but surprisingly also in the South of West of England.
“Of course you need to have somebody that they can fi on, someone with a personality, a character and has a very clear message.
“There is no-one better in the political business in Britain at the moment than Nigel Farage in expressing that single message.
“Democracy is failing if Brexit is not there, give us Brexit, therefore, vote for the Brexit Party and it’s worked once again.
The RT host then noted the “tanks are well and truly parked on Westminster’s lawn” and asked what Mr Woolfes message was to MPs.
He replied: “I think many of them both on the Labour Left and in the Conservatives will be self-interested and they’ll be looking at their own seats.
“If you’re a Labour MP in the North of England that have now seen your seats lost in council elections and the numbers of people voting for the Brexit Party then you’ll be worried that if you don’t deliver Brexit, which is a no deal Brexit as most people want.
“If you’re a Conservative MP then you’ll know you’ll be out of power for a generation so they’ve got some really hard thinking to do.”
After a significant blow to their popularity from the European elections questions have begun to circulate on how the two largest parties will adapt to secure votes in the next general election.