Nigel Farage resigns as head of UK nationalist UKIP

Farange said he achieved his goal which was to swing the British referendum in favor of leaving the European Union, primarily over the immigration issue. He will retain his seat in the European Parliament, explaining that he means to keep track of Brexit negotiations. The popular decision to leave Europe has caused havoc on Britain’s political scene. Prime Minister David Cameron’s decision to step down has sparked a Conservative leadership struggle, while the opposition Labor party is in profound disarray over Jeremy Corbyn’s stubborn refusal to resign as leader despite a majority no-confidence vote in his performance  

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