Farage said “no fireworks” at the Brexit night party
The leader of the Brexit Party, Nigel Farage, was told that he cannot light fireworks when he and his friends “celebrate” the UK’s exit from the EU outside parliament on January 31.
But the Leave Means Leave campaign group received approval from the Greater London Authority to hold an event in Parliament Square.
“It’s a great moment in the history of this nation to celebrate,” Farage said. With the issue of Big Ben bongs unsolved, he said it would be a “joke” if the iconic clock didn’t ring at 11 p.m.
The president of Brexit Party, Richard Tice, has asked for new song lyrics for popular hits for a song at the big party (What about All Night Bong? Bong Tall Sally? You shook me all night bong?)
Meanwhile, the Leave.EU campaign continues to call for churches across the country to ring their bells on the morning of February 1 and echo the reaction to the Allied victory against the Nazis in World War II.
“Anyway I look at it, February 1 will be the most momentous morning in British history since the glorious day of 1945 when our country celebrated the victory over the Nazi regime in Germany,” the group said.