Nigel Farage really likes being the underdog. You could say he actually needs to be the underdog.The thing is, an underdog has to have a fight on its hands in order to have any purpose. Once it wins its defining battle, the underdog can become irrelevant or, worse, actually accountable for stuff. Highly unpleasant. Like a gap year student, Farage has appeared to have been on a vision quest ever since he won his battle to take Britain out of the EU. First he sought meaning in Donald Trump but that, inevitably, left him lacking. Then he started another new party (the Brexit Party — remember them?) but it got zero seats in the election. He at least still had a way of ranting to this nation, via his show on LBC, but then he got dumped from that too.But don’t worry about our Nige, for he has
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Nigel Farage really likes being the underdog. You could say he actually needs to be...