Nigel Farage has warned that the exit of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s senior aid Dominic Cummings from Downing Street means that a “Brexit sell-out” could have begun.
Brexit Party leader Mr Farage said he had never liked the British Prime Minister’s outgoing chief adviser Dominic Cummings; however, Mr Farage said he was now concerned about the consequences his departure could have on Brexit.
Mr Farage tweeted: “It is well documented that I have never liked Dominic Cummings but he has backed Brexit.
“Seeing him leave Number 10 carrying a cardboard box tells me a Brexit sell-out is close.”
It is understood that Mr Cummings will still be employed until the middle of December, although reports have stated he will be working from home until his employment reaches its end.
Talks on a free trade agreement between the UK and EU have been ongoing this week in London and have been “pause” over the weekend before resuming next week in Brussels.
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