Farage: Theresa May’s So Cold She Might Be Alabaster

From the Mail on Sunday: On the morning of the historic victory for the ‘Leave’ campaign I called on the Prime Minister to resign. Within a hour or two David Cameron had done so. I was more than a little surprised – after all, he has rarely listened to me in the past. Now we learn that no plans had been made to deal with the result, that surprise has gone. He had called a referendum, due in part to the pressure from Ukip. With his customary mix of arrogance and complacency, he had failed to plan for a result he believed could never happen. Indeed, this catastrophic dereliction of duty on behalf of Mr Cameron and the Treasury has resulted in the very short-term instability that they had predicted. These failures should result in the Chancellor being fired, let alone resigning. Public opprobrium is not enough.   It is not, as some claim, those on the Leave side who have deserted their posts, it is the Government that has failed the people and in the most disgraceful way. But that desertion of posts has thrown up a huge opportunity for a new leader of the country. And a new