‘It’s scaremongering!’ Even a Remainer agrees with Farage over BoE’s latest Brexit claim

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Farage admitted that he “loved every second” of his conversation with caller Nathaniel after they both strongly agreed that the Bank of England were doom-mongering.

The Bank of England claimed on Tuesday that Britain will lose 75,000 finance jobs when it leaves the European Union in March 2019.

The left-wing Remain caller said that he was going to “shock” Mr . The caller then said the Bank of England was “scaremongering”.

He said: “It’s funny timing, isn’t it? Because the Government has been in the news umming and ahhing – not committing to no deal. All of a sudden the Bank of England come out with this. It comes across as a bit [of scaremongering] to me.

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Nigel Farage agreed with left-wing Remainer about Brexit

“Let’s look at it this way; 192 countries in the world – do we only trade with Europe? No.

“How close are we to Wall Street? How close are we to the Japanese market? How close are we to the other markets across the world compared to the European Union?”

Mr Farage appeared delighted with the LBC caller and said: “Nathaniel, if you’d been on the Leave side we would have won by a bigger margin, you’re making all the arguments for us.”

“Short time Nathaniel, some people will move to other European centres because we’ve left the and people will want to be bases inside it.

“But if we play our cards right on the world stage they will more than be replaced in a short piece of time.”

The Bank of England also warned last month that trade talks with the must begin by December or it may cause banks to trigger their contingency plans.

It was announced in September that London is the globe’s top financial centre, beating New York, Singapore and Hong Kong to the top spot.

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox told CNN that London will not be negatively affected by . He said that since the vote, the UK has had a “record amount” of inward investment which is the “highest in our history”.