‘Didn’t Brexit turn out to be a disaster?’ Farage mocks Charlie Mullins’ £50 million turnover at Pimlico.

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‘Didn’t Brexit turn out to be a disaster?’ Farage mocks Charlie Mullins’ £50 million turnover at Pimlico.

Despite Brexit, Remainer Charlie Mullins of Pimlico Plumbers has a turnover of almost £50 million, according to NIGEL FARAGE.

Nigel Farage, the host of GB News, slammed Charlie Mullins for profiting in post-Brexit Britain after voting to remain in the European Union. “I’m simply saying there’s a sense it’s expensive,” he explained. You’ve done well and amassed a sizable fortune.” “The firm is doing quite well, we’re turning over £50 million,” Mr Mullins responded. It’s been a fantastic year.”

“Despite Brexit, I felt Brexit was a disaster?” Mr Farage remarked. It doesn’t appear to be very horrible to me.”

“I think it’s going to be a nightmare for many businesses,” the businessman added, “but now the sale of material has gone up, there’s a tremendous scarcity, and there’s a skill shortage.”

“Are we out of the woods yet?” says the narrator. You know there’s a lot more to be concerned about right now than Brexit.”

“So on Brexit, it’s done,” Mr Farage added. You didn’t care for it.”

It comes as a new major schism between the United Kingdom and the European Union has arisen over Gibraltar’s post-Brexit status.

A draft mandate for talks presented by the EU on Tuesday, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said, “seeks to undermine the UK’s sovereignty” over British foreign territories.

He insisted that it “cannot serve as a basis for negotiations” and urged the EU to “consider its options.”

However, Maros Sefcovic, the EU’s post-Brexit negotiator, said the mandate aims to find a “good impact” for citizens living on both sides of the Spanish border while maintaining the single market.

Gibraltar, whose sovereignty is disputed by Spain and the United Kingdom, is currently subject to the Schengen free-travel zone’s laws, which keeps the border with Spain open.

The territory was not covered in the last year’s trade agreement between the EU and the UK, and a new accord will have to be negotiated.

“The UK, Gibraltar, and Spain painstakingly reached a realistic framework agreement, in full cooperation with the EU commission,” Mr Raab said in a statement.

“The commission’s proposed mandate, which was released today, is in direct opposition to that framework. It aims to undermine the United Kingdom’s sovereignty over Gibraltar and cannot be used as a bargaining chip.

“We have continuously demonstrated pragmatism and flexibility in our pursuit of solutions that benefit all parties, and we are disappointed that this has not been the case.”Brinkwire Summary News”.

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