Why would single-issue politician Nigel Farage want to prevent Brexit? The 12 best reactions
Brexit Party twisting themselves into knots so badly trying to oppose leaving the EU that they are now… defending the Benn Act? https://t.co/6ehxMYlKOI
— Alex Wickham (@alexwickham) October 17, 2019
Wait, the Surrender Act is good now? https://t.co/7RaWc305M5
— Christopher Snowdon #bobptd (@cjsnowdon) October 17, 2019
I don't think anyone saw this coming. pic.twitter.com/qgLatWlgSV
— christhebarker (@christhebarker) October 17, 2019
Behold: the dog that caught the car.
— Like, an Actual Properly Spooky Ghost (@stephens_ben) October 17, 2019
Say what you like about the years of badly-written, melodramatic preposterousness, Farage appearing to defend the Benn Act and back a Brexit extension is the kind of final-season twist that still makes The UK worth watching ~JL https://t.co/q56AaxiQ91
— Best For Britain (@BestForBritain) October 17, 2019
There are rumours that Farage is calling for an extension. Take care trying to search for this on Twitter, or you will quickly find yourself looking at a whole load of garage extensions.
— Tom Peck (@tompeck) October 17, 2019
Essential parody account @BorisJohnson_MP spotted an underlying cause of Nigel Farage’s
You can tell that Nigel never turns up for work, otherwise he would know that Juncker does not have the power to make such a decision. https://t.co/4EqiLbKuSC
— Parody Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson_MP) October 17, 2019
It’s almost as though some people are allowed to change their minds and others aren’t. Strange.
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