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Farage Ridicules Cameron's EU "Deal"
Nigel Farage ridiculed David Cameron's claim that his deal over the EU is so good, he would recommend we joined if we weren't already a member.
David Cameron is in Poland and Denmark today to try and drum up support for his deal.
But speaking on Phone Farage, the Ukip leader claimed the Prime Minister "asked for nothing... and he got nothing".
He told LBC: "The Cameron re-negotiation, the flying around 27 other countries, the biggest diplomatic mission that's been launched by Britain's Prime Minister in modern times.
"And if this is what we had to wait for, it was frankly rather pathetic. A very very very weak deal.
"He's come back... he asked for nothing. He's got nothing."
Nick mentioned that Cameron would want to join the EU based on these terms, but Farage didn't hold back in his response.
He said: "Can you imagine if the question was on June 23rd, which is when it's going to be, should Britain join the European Union?
"And the Prime Minister said, Ladies and Gentlemen, I know we've been independent for 1,000 years and we've been getting on quite well, but here's a really good plan.
"We're going to join the European Union and from today, the Houses of Parliament will not be sovereign and 75% of our laws will get made somewhere else.
"Oh that building across the road, the Supreme Court, no no no, our new Supreme Court is going to be in Luxembourg. They'll make the big decisions that affect our lives. Oh and by the way, none of them that sit there are actually judges.
"Our fishing waters, we're going to give away 200miles of the North Sea to share out with the rest of Europe. We're going to go on trading at a massive deficit.
"And for all of this, the real bonus ids we're going to pay £55million a day. Isn't it just wonderful?"