By Joe Middleton For Mailonline
Published: 21:48 BST, 18 October 2019 | Updated: 21:51 BST, 18 October 2019
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Nigel Farage has blasted Boris Johnson's deal on the eve of a crunch parliament vote at a Brexit Party event this evening.
The Brexiteer took to the stage and savaged the deal the PM managed to agree with Brussels on Thursday, saying 'this is not what we voted for.'
Mr Farage was joined at the Westminster by other prominent Leave figures, including former Tory grandee and now Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe and Wetherspoons boss Tim Martin.
Mr Johnson faces a battle on what has been dubbed 'Super Saturday', to get his Brexit deal across the line in the House of Commons, and is spending tonight attempting to woo politicians to back him.
Mr Farage, who favours a No Deal Brexit, said: 'If we sign up to this and head down this new negotiation and if the prime minister wants to succeed, then we would never ever able to become more competitive than our European neighbours.
Nigel Farage took to the stage and savaged the deal the PM managed to agree with Brussels on Thursday, saying 'this is not what we voted for'