He admitted he wouldn't be packing his bags just yet
Squaring up to a remain voter on his LBC radio show, the former UKIP leader said he would “go and live abroad, I’ll go and live somewhere else” if Brexit took a turn for the disastrous.
But the avid eurosceptic revealed he is convinced he won’t have to apply for visas just yet.
Mr Farage said: “It isn’t going to be a disaster.
“We’ve just managed to get ourselves in a lifeboat off the Titanic.
The former UKIP leader said he would 'go and live abroad' if Brexit went badly The many faces of Nigel Farage Mon, March 27, 2017
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“The EU does not work.”
Meanwhile another caller asked the Brexit mastermind if “two or three years down the line” he would apologise for the “economic disaster that’s going to happen”.
But Farage hit back, claiming there were a long line of politicians that owed the British people an apology.
He added: “there isn’t much of a tradition here is there because Alastair Campbell who I rowed with today is yet to apologise for the dodgy dossier or taking us into a war that cost us much gold and blood.”
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He claimed there were a long line of politicians that owed the British people an apology
His comments follow heated scenes on Good Morning Britain today after Campbell and Farage nearly came to blows on the programme during a debate on Brexit.
Farage was left furious after the former Labour spin doctor was heard telling the MEP that Brexit could still be prevented, despite the fact that Prime Minister Theresa May will be invoking Article 50 for Britain to leave the European Union.
“The British people in a democracy have expressed their will but they have the right to change their mind,” Campbell, 59, said.
He continued: “All of the things they [Brexit supporters] promised, they’ve all gone. When you boil it down, it’s a little bit of immigration control but not much.”
Campbell lashed out and asked whether the money promised to the NHS would be given
However, Farage, 52, was not having any of it and slammed his rival: “The war is over. Come out of your fox hole. You’re right about one thing, people have changed their mind and they are [allowed to]. Millions have realised the pack of lies [told by Remain], the stock market is down.”
Campbell lashed out and asked whether the money promised to the NHS would be given. But Farage was not backing down as he barked: “When are you going to be held to account for the pack of lies?” as he blasted the Remain campaign’s scaremongering.
“Brexit can be stopped,” Campbell insisted as he said that Britain leaving its biggest trading partner did not make sense.