I'm A Celeb's Nigel Farage gets into another debate about Brexit but leaves ... trends now

I'm A Celeb's Nigel Farage gets into another debate about Brexit but leaves ... trends now
I'm A Celeb's Nigel Farage gets into another debate about Brexit but leaves ... trends now

I'm A Celeb's Nigel Farage gets into another debate about Brexit but leaves ... trends now

Nigel Farage got into yet another debate about Brexit during Wednesday's episode of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! as he finally got more airtime. 

The former UKIP leader, 59, discussed his previous role within the European Parliament with campmate's Tony Bellew and Josie Gibson

But Tony, 41, was left unconvinced by Nigel's answers, admitting he wasn't sure if he was being 'absolutely 100 per cent.' 

Nigel has so far survived elimination at the expense of Frankie Dettori, Nella Rose, Fred Sirieix and Nick Pickard, but fans have questioned why he has barely featured on the the hit show.

The broadcaster has expressed his dismay at not being nominated for Bushtucker Trials because they command an estimated 25 per cent of the show's airtime.

Nigel Farage, 59, got into yet another debate about Brexit during Wednesday's episode of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! as he finally got more airtime

Nigel Farage, 59, got into yet another debate about Brexit during Wednesday's episode of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! as he finally got more airtime

The former UKIP leader discussed his previous role within the European Parliament with campmate's Tony Bellew and Josie Gibson

The former UKIP leader discussed his previous role within the European Parliament with campmate's Tony Bellew and Josie Gibson

Discussing Brexit, he explained: 'Once we are in charge it doesn't guarantee that things will be better.'

Tony responded: 'The problem is, we aren't seeing these savings. We were promised X amount going to the NHS.

'If you have change all these law Nigel then why haven't they been done correctly? We are paying the price now with all these price increases and charges.'

Speaking later to the Bush Telegraph, he added: 'Considering he has been part of the European Parliament, I'm not sure. 

'As we know politicians will sugarcoat things and dress things up to suit their narrative. I'm just not sure Nigel is being absolutely 100 per cent with us.' 

Speaking to Josie, Nigel continued: 'When you take on the establishment, as I did, they don't exactly come out with a tray of G&T's for you.' 

Nigel's camp took another swipe at ITV on Monday evening by claiming he is being given limited airtime on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

Illustrating their point on the ex-politician's

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