Matt Stadlen is Leading Britain's Conversation
3 June 2016, 10:23
David Cameron says that Turkey won't join the EU "for decades" - a "dishonest" claim that left Nigel Farage visibly angry.
Speaking on LBC about Turkey, the Ukip leader said "I've got to control my temper here.
"Mr Cameron - or 'Dishonest Dave' as I'm beginning to think of him - I don't believe a single thing this man says any more.
"This man has campaigned for Turkey to join the EU consistently for 10 years.
"For 10 years he's fought for Turkish membership and last night on the television he says 'Ah yeah, but we do have a veto!'
"Well we do have a veto but not one this Prime Minister would use.
Farage continued: "Turkey is now blackmailing the European Union. First we said we'd give them £3bn, now we've giving them £6bn.
"Mrs Merkel, who's the real boss of Europe, has said she wants to fast-track them as members of the European Union."
"For Cameron to say 'it'll never happen and I've got a veto', when he's been the strongest champion for them, just shows you, this man has been exposed in this referendum."