Nigel Farage’s pro-Brexit march on Supreme Court has been cancelled due to fears it could attract the sort of people who agree with Nigel Farage.
The march had also sparked concerns that A&E departments would struggle to cope with the number of protesters likely to be admitted with severe knuckle abrasions.
“Groups such as the BNP, EDL and Britain First have expressed identical views to Nigel Farage on a number of issues,” said a Leave.EU spokesman.
“The last thing we want is for the march to be hijacked by extreme right-wing groups who are in total agreement with everything that Nigel Farage stands for.”
In a written statement, Britain First revealed their disappointment at the postponement but didn’t rule out the possibility of going ahead with a march of their own.
“We call on all probiotic Brits to join our march and exorcise your demographic right to put pressure on The Supremes before Brian is overrun with ill eagles,” it said.
Following his call for Farage to be made the UK’s ambassador to America, President-elect Donald Trump has made a further intervention in helping the interim Ukip leader’s career prospects.
“After all that Nigel Farage has done for the United Kingdom of America, I think the least he deserves is a white hood…knighthood, I meant knighthood,” he said.