Tony Blair’s call for an ‘uprising’ to reverse the result of the Brexit referendum was planned and orchestrated by UKIP, according to Paul Nuttall.
“We discussed the most effective way to reaffirm the will of the British people and decided that Tony was the man for the job. He was very willing to help,” revealed the UKIP leader.
“All he wanted was an assurance of our good faith, which was easily secured by the placing of a brown paper bag full of used £50 notes in a locker at Euston Station.
“We knew that as soon as Tony took a side, the British people would take the other.
“Top lad, Tony. Top lad.”