“I should miss the theatre, and I should miss the drama that there has been inside the European Parliament,” said UKIP leader Nigel Farage on Wednesday (6th July), after Britain voted to leave the European Union on 23 June.
“I have so enjoyed them all booing at me and shouting. It’s been wonderful,” he added.
Speaking about his own future, Farage said that he will finish his term as MEP to “oversee, once Article 50 has been triggered, the negotiation process”.
The UKIP leader said that he “will be working with parties and political movement across Europe that are looking to get their independence back, too”.