Nigel Farage gives the Prime Minister a painful slap on GB News: "He is using Brexit to seize power"

There has been a lot of criticism for the British president for using Brexit propaganda to win votes in the election. Most recent: NIGEL FARAGE has criticized Boris Johnson for his manipulation of Brexit to gain power and says population growth has affected Britons' quality of life. In a conversation with Dan Wootton on GB News, Mr Farage took aim at the Tory Government's mishandling of Brexit. He also criticized the government's move to heat up Brexit controversies amid growing political unrest in Eastern Europe that is causing the cost of living and inflation to soar. Nigel Farage stated: “I have said for many years that the rapid increase in the size of the UK population is having a direct impact on people's lives. Earlier this week, Clare Foges wrote in The Times: "I am deeply concerned about the sheer numbers that are added to our population each year ... in general our population is projected. will increase by six million by 2041, overtaking Germany as the most populous country in Europe by mid-century." "Whether it's the smart highway...the lack of accessibility to GP appointments...whether it's because you can't send your child to the local elementary because no one planned for this level of population growth." This is exposing the uncertainties that the UK is facing after experiencing the pandemic that has caused severe economic damage along with the Brexit red tape that has made the country's economy exhausted. Mr Farage added: "Think about it, the UK population has grown by 10 million since tony blair took power 25 years ago, and 84 per cent of that is directly attributable to immigration. Statistics released by the Home Office last week show absolute population growth from the pre-pandemic period with work visas up 50 per cent from 2019-20, student visas up 58 per cent and visas for those with family reasons increased 63 percent. He added: "Please don't tell me that our quality of life has improved as a result of it. It's not. "It's made housing unaffordable. It's made all the things that people in their 60s and 70s consider as normal parts of life into unbearable. For me theirs is impossible." A Home Office spokesman told The Times: "The government has delivered on its promise to the British people to get our immigration system back under control." Despite calls for labor shortages following the migration caused by the pandemic and Brexit, a million people in a year have been given the right to stay in the UK. Ms Foges stated: "I imagine that this version of 'take back control' is different from the predictions of millions of Brexit voters." Mr Farage said: “What Johnson has done as Prime Minister is not just opening up immigration from the EU to the rest of the world ... it's lowering the barriers to entry. "They never intended to reduce numbers, they could not disregard the lives of ordinary people. To them, it was a game they had played since the days of the Oxford Union. They could not have cared more. ." Anyone currently earning £20,000 a year or equivalent is welcome to come to the UK in unlimited numbers from anywhere in the world. "Here's the truth of it: We used to be." The former MEP concluded: “Brexit was used by Johnson, Gove as a means of gaining power.

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