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Nigel Farage interview: 'At the end of this campaign the Brexit Party will be a lot bigger than the Conservatives'

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'I haven't fought my biggest battle yet' Credit: Paul Grover for the Telegraph/ Paul Grover

It was on Friday December 8 2017 that Nigel Farage began planning his comeback.

Theresa May had made a pre-dawn dash to Brussels to sign an agreement with the EU that already appeared to renege on some of her key pledges to Brexiteers. Mr Farage, using characteristic language, declared in a newspaper article that the "great Brexit betrayal" had begun.

He was, he recalls with just a hint of glee, roundly mocked for doing so. Now, 17 months on, the former Ukip leader is leading a new party that is threatening to all but wipe out the Conservatives' footprint in the European Parliament next week, having existed for little over three months.

He and his cohort are planning to cause maximum disruption...

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