'Just bloody stay!' - Brexiteer Nick Ferrari says he's done with Brexit

PUBLISHED: 11:36 10 April 2019 | UPDATED: 12:40 10 April 2019

Nick Ferrari on LBC Radio (Photograph: LBC)

Nick Ferrari on LBC Radio (Photograph: LBC)


Brexiteer radio presenter and broadcaster Nick Ferrari says he is now "through" with Brexit.

Speaking on LBC radio he started off his mini-Brexit meltdown by declaring: “I am there now I think...”

He said he felt sorry for the rest of the 17.4 million voters who supported Brexit, but said he was now “through” with it.

He continued: “I’m not saying that we should remain - I really don’t think we should - but enough already.”

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“Honestly, there’s so much else going on in this country that we’re not addressing, not least the people who are being stabbed and shot, and the schools that are under-performing, and the hospitals that aren’t working, and the NHS that’s creaking at the seams...

“I give up! Enough! Right. I’ve reached the bloody point. I cannot go on and on about Emmanual Macron any longer.”

“Just bloody stay and we’ll move on to other things.”

Lib Dem MP Layla Moran tweeted in reply: “He’s right. There is so much we aren’t addressing. Just in schools alone! Let alone NHS, Climate Change, Business. It’s time to #MakeBrexitStop”

The on-air rant follows an honest intervention in the debate from Brexiteer commentator Peter Oborne who believed it was now time for a “rethink” on the UK’s departure from the EU.

He cited the “deceit” from the Leave campaign as a strong reason why it should not go ahead.

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