Nigel Farage posted a tweet on New Year’s Eve showing off a massive catch following a year of political turmoil.
Farage said the bronze whaler shark was caught and then tagged for research purposes before being put back in the water.
Earlier this month he announced had quit
Nigel Farage posted a tweet on New Year’s Eve showing off a massive catch. He said the bronze whaler shark was caught and then tagged for research purposes before being put back in the water
He opposed new leader Gerard Batten’s appointment of Tommy Robinson as an adviser on rape gangs and prison conditions.
He said on his LBC show at the time: ‘Mr Gerard Batten seems to be pretty obsessed with the issue of Islam, not just Islamic extremism, but specifically, Islam.
‘Ukip was not founded to be a party based on fighting a religious crusade’.
This year he also opposed Theresa May’s Brexit deal and a transition period.
He appeared at a Leave Means Leave rally alongside Jacob Rees-Mogg in London earlier this month, and warned those at the rally ‘to get ready for every situation’.
He said at the rally: ‘I think they will in the next few months betray us completely and let us be ready not just to fight back, but if it comes we will win it next time by a much bigger margin’.
In March, the former Ukip leader threw two crates of haddock in London’s River Thames.
The protest, which took place near Parliament in March, was against the Government’s transition deal which would keep Britain in the Common Fisheries Policy.
Jacob Rees-Mogg and Nigel Farage both spoke at the Leave Means Leave rally, held in central London earlier this month
Nigel Farage threw fish into the River Thames in March to protest at Britain’s ‘capitulation’ to Brussels over the Brexit transition deal
Mr Robinson (right) is pictured with Ukip leader Gerard Batten (left), who has appointed him as a special adviser to the party on the issues of rape gangs and prison conditions