Brexit Party Leader Nigel Farage will deliver a highly anticipated speech at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in Westminster this Friday, following a critical week for Brexit.

The rally follows the The Brexit Party’s sold-out We Are Ready tour and comes the day after the EU summit and the day before the expected votes in the Commons on Saturday, the first such sitting since the Falklands war.

Negative claims about the possible effects of a Clean-Break Brexit have been criticised by successful business people and economists.

Two Brexit Party MEPs and a Prospective Parliamentary Candidate (PPC) argued the reported claims from the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS) were negative and one-sided.

The Brexit Party MEP Dr David Bull has responded to the Mirror’s ‘No Deal’ scare story – which claims there could be “no deal” drugs shortages – slamming the headline as “deeply irresponsible” and misleading.

The Brexit Party has announced a series of rallies in the lead up to the October 31st Brexit deadline.

Nigel Farage will headline all the events – in Watford, Camborne, and the Queen Elizabeth Centre in the heart of Westminster – under the slogan We Are Ready.