Farage - We will get Brexit, but maybe not the right Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage said Britain would leave the European Union if Boris Johnson's Conservatives win the majority forecast in the exit poll, but it may not be the hard Brexit he had spent his political career campaigning for. 'We are going to get Brexit.

Reuters December 13, 2019 05:14:06 IST
Farage - We will get Brexit, but maybe not the right Brexit

Farage  We will get Brexit but maybe not the right Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage said Britain would leave the European Union if Boris Johnson's Conservatives win the majority forecast in the exit poll, but it may not be the hard Brexit he had spent his political career campaigning for.

"We are going to get Brexit. Are we going to get the right one? Maybe not," he told BBC TV. "My purpose was to try to get the right kind of Brexit. If we get half a loaf out of it, well that's what we've achieved."

(Reporting by Kylie MacLellan, Writing by Paul Sandle; editing by Kate Holton)

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