Nigel Farage insisted the UK has failed to grasp the full benefits of quitting the European Union despite the years that have passed since a majority of Britons voted out. In a message marking six years since the referendum, Mr. Farage stressed three steps the British Government must tackle to ensure the full demands of Brexit are secured. He said getting “obstructionist civil servants [opposing to Brexit] sacked”, “getting rid of the 5 percent VAT of fuel bills” and “getting back control of our border” are three things that the UK needs to get done to deliver a “proper Brexit”.
Mr Farage said: “There are three things that need doing right now so that we can get a proper Brexit.
“The first is to deal with the enemy within, they’re called the civil service.
“If civil servants are getting in the way, obstructing our job of getting Brexit done properly, they’ve got to be sacked.
“That’s the first thing government needs to do, drain the swamp in Westminster.
“Jacob Rees-Mogg is the Minister for Brexit Opportunities, he’s made a start for little notes in the office.
“Offices that are empty because they’re all still on full pay and working from home saying ‘please come back to the office, hope to see you next time’.
“[Mr Rees-Mogg] now needs to toughen up.”
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