PICS: Farage Poster Launch Questions Cameron’s Loyalty to Britain

LONDON, United Kingdom – Nigel Farage and the UK Independence Party today launched a new poster advertising the ITV live town hall debates tonight at 9pm, when he and the Prime Minister will face audience questions on whether or not Britain should leave the European Union.

Speaking in Smith Square, the home of the European Commission’s office in London, Mr. Farage raised questions over whether or not the Prime Minister cares about the future of the United Kingdom. Rather, the UKIP leader has suggested that Mr. Cameron cares more about the future of the European Union than Britain.

“I think they’re worried. Project Fear has now become project threat. I think they thought they’d be comfortably in the lead. They’re not. It’s neck and neck,” he said today.

Speaking to the Telegraph, Mr. Farage said of his debate tactic tonight: “I am going to say that there are 183 countries in the world that celebrate independence days all I am asking for is on June 23 we become the 184th. There is no question in my mind that it is deeply unpatriotic to give away control of your country, its ports and its borders to somebody else.”

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“I want what’s best for Britain”

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Head of Press Gawain Towler was very happy about the poster

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The scrum outside Europe House

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Today’s UKIP poster

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Farage outside Europe House

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Farage on Farage

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“Hi Dave!”

All pictures copyright Breitbart London/Rachel Megawhat

 


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