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UK: Farage denounces Jean-Claude Juncker's 'nebulous' Brexit comment03:09

UK: Farage denounces Jean-Claude Juncker's 'nebulous' Brexit comment

United Kingdom, London
December 14, 2018 at 23:38 GMT +00:00 · Published

Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage accused President of the EU Commission Jean-Claude Juncker of bullying at a Leave Means Leave rally in London on Friday, for a comment he made about "nebulous" Brexit negotiations during a Brussels summit.

"The abuse that was going on last night, the arrogance that was going on last night, the bullying that was going on last night, the thuggery that was going on last night was coming from unelected bureaucrats, people like Jean-Claude Juncker," Farage emphasised to a jeering crowd, accusing the President of the EU Commission of using "a variety of terms of abuse about the British Prime Minister and her negotiating position."

Juncker since clarified what he meant by the term "nebulous," claiming he was not referring to UK Prime Minister Theresa May, but the general state of the Brexit debate in Britain.

Farage also warned his supporters of the possibility of a second Brexit referendum, and urged them to prepare for that scenario.

UK: Farage denounces Jean-Claude Juncker's 'nebulous' Brexit comment03:09
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Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage accused President of the EU Commission Jean-Claude Juncker of bullying at a Leave Means Leave rally in London on Friday, for a comment he made about "nebulous" Brexit negotiations during a Brussels summit.

"The abuse that was going on last night, the arrogance that was going on last night, the bullying that was going on last night, the thuggery that was going on last night was coming from unelected bureaucrats, people like Jean-Claude Juncker," Farage emphasised to a jeering crowd, accusing the President of the EU Commission of using "a variety of terms of abuse about the British Prime Minister and her negotiating position."

Juncker since clarified what he meant by the term "nebulous," claiming he was not referring to UK Prime Minister Theresa May, but the general state of the Brexit debate in Britain.

Farage also warned his supporters of the possibility of a second Brexit referendum, and urged them to prepare for that scenario.