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In betraying his party, Farage has exposed its inherent instability | Gaby Hinsliff14 Nov 2:07pm

In betraying his party, Farage has exposed its inherent instability | Gaby Hinsliff

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If Brexit party members were happy to swallow their principles for the greater good, they would have backed the bigger partiesNigel Farage must be furious with Nigel Farage. After all, the Brexit party leader is forever accusing conventional politicians of settling for grubby compromises when they should have been shooting for the moon. He’s always quick to condemn a sellout, to cry treachery and betrayal. So we can only imagine what this Nigel Farage, the man who never surrenders, makes of the Nigel Farage who secretly offered the Tories an electoral pact that would mean his party pulling out of all but a few dozen seats – the one who boasts of having told Boris Johnson that he could “win you the general election now”, only to be rebuffed.
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