And then we'll try to 'close our borders'. What on Earth does that mean? We can't tell hundreds of thousands of foreign students to go away. They're one of our best export earners. Equally plenty of people come here on business and for holidays. How are we going to vet every single one as to whether they're going to leave at the end of their visa or not. And what about the three million EU citizens already here? I don't chance their luck against Farage's Black Shirts knocking on doors in the dead of night. By the way, we'll need to make room for the two million Brits enjoying retirements all over Europe as they become illegals (and why the hell weren't they allowed to vote in this charade?).
But one good thing will result from Brexit. Thousands of new jobs will have to be created by Whitehall to start the job of negotiating all those trading agreements not only with the EU but also the USA, China, India, Brazil and 78 other significant countries who only have treaties with the EU. Best estimate is that each one will take 7 to 10 years - if ever. More lawyers. Woopee.
Well done Baroness Farsi. Today she announced leaving Leave. She didn't want to side with the Xenophobes.
And one final point. He was born 'Farage' as in 'marriage' not as in 'large'. I have it on good authority from someone who used to work with his father Guy. So is he just pretentious, or does he want to sound more French so we won't think he's a Sun reader?