The former Brexit Party leader went as far to claim the whole world wants to invest in Brexit Britain. Speaking on GB News, he said international investors were showing confidence in the UK. Mr Farage also admitted there are some issues within the Brexit deal which need to be resolved, however, such as the Northern Ireland protocol.
Mr Farage said: “Are there downsides to the Brexit deal? Yes, there are.
“Is there unfinished business particularly in the case of Northern Ireland? Yes, there is.
“But against that I would say is that we are already beginning to see good things.
“Olivia Dowden, the Culture Secretary, over the weekend said we are going to amend the messy GDPR regulations.
“It may be a little thing but it is just one example of ways in which we can simplify and make life easier and better.”
Mr Farage went on to discuss why he is optimistic about the future of Britain.
He said: “Another point worth thinking about is about the Morrisons news.
“It is very well known place where millions of people go and buy their groceries.
“A big bid could be coming in for that from overseas and we are also seeing similar things in the defence sector.
“I mean the whole world wants to invest in this country, that is a vote of confidence in Brexit Britain.”
Mr Farage has remained highly critical of the agreed Brexit deal and warned of the negative impact it has been having on Northern Ireland’s relation to the rest of the UK.
At the beginning of the month, Mr Farage said: “The problem is the Brexit deal was always a dreadful deal.
“Mrs May’s surrender package that she came back to Chequers with saw the resignation of David Davis, the Brexit secretary.
“Then, after he found out which way the wind is blowing, Boris resigned too and what we got was another Brexit deal but it was different, and it was better than the first deal.
“If I was being kind to Boris I’d say ‘Look, he was given a very bad hand of cards by Mrs May’.
“So in the end the price that’s really paid is Northern Ireland which is now effectively a foreign country annexed away from the UK.”