Patrick O’Flynn Patrick O’Flynn

Nigel Farage’s China curveball should worry the Tory party

Nigel Farage (Photo: Getty)

I have lost count of the number of times the Conservative Party has thought it has shot Nigel Farage’s fox. They stretch all the way back to David Cameron’s January 2013 pledge to hold an In/Out EU referendum, and include the party’s as yet unfulfilled summer promise to stop the illegal Channel crossings and its delivery of a trade deal with the EU that honours the fundamentals of Brexit.

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