The outspoken former Ukip leader, who almost single-handedly steered Britain out of the EU, said that he was anxious about reports the Prime Minister was considering ditching the points-based migration system as “unworkable”.

And Mr Farage warned the UK electorate would not swallow having their democratic wishes stymied by Mrs May’s Government.

The MEP said: “Theresa May’s track record on immigration as Home Secretary was appalling and her comments rejecting an Australian-style points system really worry me.

“There is already huge anxiety out there in the country regarding Theresa May’s reluctance to trigger Article 50.

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