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Nigel Farage says we WILL have a recessionNigel Farage believes Britain is heading for a mild recession - but claims it has nothing to do with Brexit .

The victorious Leave campaigner rejected warnings that leaving the European Union will have dire consequences for the UK economy, even as markets were rocked by Thursdays result. Sterling plummeted to

its lowest level against the US dollar for 35 years as the tide turned in favour of leaving the EU in

the early hours of Friday morning. The dramatic slide was followed by chaos on trading floors around the

world as pre-polling jitters turned into panic and uncertainty following the leave vote and David Camerons resignation. However Mr Farage said Britains exit from the Union, for which he has campaigned for 25 years, would not be damaging. Theres nothing new here, he told the Sunday Telegraph. I think we are going into a mild recession anyway, completely regardless

of Bre

xit . Our growth forecasts are down. Our public-sector borrowing is still not under control at all and everyone forgets that sterling is in a bear market, declining s

ince July 2014. Mr Farage said increased global opportunities await outside the single market. There is no reason why we really couldnt be benefiting two years from now, he told the newspaper. He said he felt sympat

hy for Mr Cameron, but it was now time for a pro- Brexit government led by a pro-Brexit prime minister. David Cameron resigned as Prime Minister on Friday, with wife Samantha alongside him (Image: Phil Noble/Reuters) He stopped short of backing any particular candidate, but said he would be happy to see Boris Johnson, Michael Gove or Liam Fox in the post. Brexit prime minister, thats all I want, he said. Tory grandee Michael Heseltine say

s it must be one of the three leading Leave campaigners who negotiates the UKs divorce from Europe. Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Nigel Farage must be in charge of negotiations with the European Union after the UK voted for Brexit , Lord Heseltine has said. Read MoreRelated ArticlesTop Tories line up to stop Boris Johnson becoming leader in post-Brexit119一马中特 fall out The former deputy prime minister told the Press Association he was appalled by the result of the referen

dum as he said voters had been sold a fools promise. And while he said the decision to leave must be respected, the Tory heavyweight stressed the need for Brexit leaders to be held accountable for the promises they made in the run up t

o June 23. He said: It is essential that the negotiations are

conducted by Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Nigel Farage, the architects of this policy. Any other negotiating team will produce claims that those three would have achieved a better result and during the negotiations they will excuse any deterioration in Britains position as a failure of the negotiators. Michael Gove and Boris Johnson led the Vote Leave campaign (Image: Pool) They must be in charge and seen to be in charge. Lord Heseltine warned the situation across industry and commerce is deteriorating day by day with investment decisions postp

oned until the future is clearly established. He also suggested there will need to be a general election in order for Parliament to sign off on Brexit . He said: Every indication is that there is a 350 majority

in the House of Commons in favour of remaining in Europe. The only realisti

c prospect of persuading the House of Commons to pass amending legislation would be after a general election or another referendum. That is why the fight back begins today. An all party group in the

House of Commons must lead it. That group must collect and publish a list of every Brexit promise, word by word, promise by promise. The weapons with which this battle will be fought will be forged in their articulation of Project Fear. Every day the deception of that slogan converts to Project Fact.

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