“I am happy if it’s Boris, I’m happy if it’s Michael Gove, I’m happy if it’s Liam Fox. A Brexit prime minister, that’s what I want.”
Liam Fox should replace David Cameron as Prime Minister, says Nigel Farage. (North Somerset Times)
Liam Fox said he’s happy to work with Nigel Farage during the referendum campaign.
The former Defence Secretary says the anti-EU campaign will bring parties together.
Boris and Gove have barred Farage from taking any role in renegotiating Britain’s relationship with the EU. (gone from post overnight thanks to phantom editing – will put back later on in day)
Brian Gerish tweets that Johnson and Gove were put to lead the Brexit camp, so that UKIP are not able to gain traction on the political system.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage believes North Somerset MP Liam Fox could replace David Cameron as Prime Minister.
Mr Cameron has announced this morning (Friday) he will step down as the country’s leader after heading the campaign for the UK to remain within the EU,
However, the country voted to leave the EU, with North Somerset voting the same.
Mr Farage told Good Morning Britain today (Friday) that three candidates should replace Mr Cameron.
Mr Farage told Piers Morgan that Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Mr Fox were the best candidates going forward to replace the Prime Minister. All three campaigned for the UK to leave the EU.