NIGEL Farage launched a furious attack on the European Union, saying Brussels would rather “die in battle” and "lose" than reform as he savaged calls for the UK to remain in a reformed EU.
The former Ukip leader shut down calls from Remainers to stay in the European Union and reform – insisting the Brussels bloc will “not surrender”.
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, Nigel Farage said: “There is no reform. They would rather die in battle than reform.
“Because reform would be not accepting that we had to have a new flag, a new anthem, a new army, a new European state because that has been there intention all along.
“They will fight on with the absolute belief that they will win because of the money and power that they have got.
Prior to Brexit vote, former prime minister David Cameron attempted to renegotiate Britain’s EU membership.
Following the negotiation, the EU refused Mr Cameron’s demand for Britain to impose a ban on paying in-work benefits to any EU migrant coming to the UK.