NIGEL FARAGE warned Theresa May’s soft Brexit proposal in which Britain to remains closely aligned with the European Union on goods but not on services after Brexit is a "total sell-out".
The former Ukip leader singled out Brexiteer Cabinet member Michael Gove and said he was “lauding” the idea of a rules-based common market after Brexit.
Hosting his LBC show, Mr Farage said: “I have to say, I do think that this is a total sell out. It comes from a leader who is weak, a leader who does not believe in Brexit.
“And as for the so-called eurosceptics, look, I learnt 25 years ago at the time of Maastricht ‘never ever trust the Tories, they will always put party before country’.
Mr Farage tore into Environment Secretary Michael Gove, who hit out at the former Ukip leader while on BBC’s Andrew Marr Show on Sunday.
Mr Gove said: “There are two people I noticed who have been very unhappy with this deal. Nick Clegg on the one hand and Nigel Farage on the other.