BREXITEERS may be forced to “go to war” and “fight” to make sure Brexit happens, Ukip leader Henry Bolton has warned. Following Nigel Farage’s second Brexit referendum claims, Mr Bolton said it is possible Britain could be burdened with another Brexit vote in
the future. Speaking to BBC Daily Politics, Mr Bolton said Mr Farage’s comments were not a call for a second Brexit referendum but a warning that Britons may be “confronted with it in the future”. He said: “There is a need to mobilise the entire Leave campaign of all the
different elements to unite and actually ensure that we do move this whole Brexit thing forward. “Because otherwise it’s not going to be delivered in any meaningful form. So that’s really what he was talking about. “What he’s saying there is ‘ok, let’s go into war on
this’ – that was my reaction.” Mr Bolton insisted Mr Farage was not supportive of a second referendum. But the BBC’s Jo Coburn hit back and said: “Well, it is what he was saying – ‘I’m reaching the point of thinking that we should have a second referendum on EU
membership’.” Mr Bolton said: “Right. But in order to go to war on this. Because this needs to be sorted out because the Government is not delivering on Brexit.” Former Ukip leader Mr Farage met with the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier on Monday to
discuss key Brexit issues. Following the meeting, Mr Farage said he was “pessimistic” and realised Britain will not be given a good Brexit deal. Mr Farage came out to support another Brexit referendum on Thursday, insisting another vote will put to bed the
“ridiculous” anti-Brexit arguments from Remainers. The Brexiteer said he fears Parliament will reject a final Brexit deal and some MPs and Peers will do “everything they can to put us through a second Brexit referendum”. Mr Farage told his LBC show he has opened his
mind to the possibility that a second Brexit vote could be “forced upon” British people. He said his message is a “wake up call” for British people to prepare for a second Brexit vote.