Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson Clash Again: A Look Back at Their Biggest Blow Ups

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I'm A Celebrity Drama: Farage Slams Johnson as "Shambolic"

Nigel Farage, former Brexit Party chief, recently appeared on I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here and didn't hold back when asked about Boris Johnson. Farage called the ex-leader "shambolic" and described him as one of the most disorganized people he's ever met.

"Not My" Poster Campaign Sparks Controversy

During the show, Farage clashed with other stars over Brexit and a controversial poster that caused tension between him and Johnson in the past. The poster depicted a queue of mostly non-white migrants and refugees with the slogan "Breaking point: the EU has failed us all." Johnson distanced himself from the poster, stating it was "not our campaign" and that he is "passionately pro-immigration and pro-immigrants."

Election Pact Regret: Farage Admits Mistake

In 2017, Farage made a deal with Johnson, pulling candidates from 317 seats to give the Conservatives a clear run in the 2019 election. However, Farage now expresses regret over the pact, calling Brexit a failure and criticizing the Conservatives for not delivering on their promises.

Johnson Accuses Farage of Speaking for the Kremlin

In early 2023, Farage questioned Johnson's "relationship with the truth" regarding the war in Ukraine. Johnson responded by suggesting that Farage may be speaking for the Kremlin, known for their refusal to tell the truth about Ukraine.

Farage Blames Immigrants, Johnson Slams Excuse

In 2014, Farage blamed immigrants for being late to a meeting due to M4 traffic delays. Johnson quickly criticized Farage's excuse as "feeble" and one of the "poorest" he had ever heard, comparing xenophobia to sewage.

These are just a few examples of the clashes and disagreements between Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson over the years. Their tumultuous relationship continues to make headlines, showcasing the ongoing tension within British politics.

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