The European Parliament member made the comment on Friday during an appearance on BBC Newsnight. Earlier that day Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage threatened to run candidates against the Conservatives in every seat in Great Britain unless Mr Johnson agreed to a deal.
Mr Farage demanded the Prime Minister dump his withdrawal deal and form a ‘Leave Alliance’ with the Brexit Party.
Addressing Mr Johnson the Brexit Party leader commented: “Drop the deal because as these weeks go by and people realise what you’ve signed up to people will not like it.
“Simply it is not Brexit.
“What we’re doing here is kicking the can down the road.”
"The deal is not a deal and it’s not Brexit" (Image: GETTY/BBC NEWSNIGHT)
Boris Johnson is hoping to get public approval for his Brexit deal with a General Election (Image: GETTY)
Mr Farage argued Mr Johnson’s EU exit deal was an almost exact replica of Theresa May’s and would leave Britain tied to Brussels in many areas.
His views were backed by Mr Pugh, an MEP for the Yorkshire and Humber constituency.
He appeared on BBC Newnight alongside Bill Cash, an arch Tory Brexiteer.
Newsnight host Kirsty Wark asked: “So you’re going to actually stand in seats including Bill Cash’s seat, when he’s been an arch Eurosceptic for many many years”?
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Mr Pugh replied: “Absolutely because the deal is not a deal