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Nigel Farage teased a possible return to frontline politics in a speech at his sixtieth celebration final night time.

The former Ukip chief, who’s at the moment a GB News presenter, mentioned choices for his future embody going to America if Donald Trump wins the race for the White House or making a sensational comeback in British politics.

He instructed friends on the London bash that he thought his milestone birthday often is the “right moment” to make a highly-anticipated announcement.

But he then joked “why spoil a lovely booze up” and insisted he was nonetheless making up his thoughts.

In his speech, Mr Farage mentioned: “I could go to America because a very good friend of mine is about to become the 47th president of the US.

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“America could be very tempting as a result of they somewhat like Brits that talk correct English as a result of they do not. I might get jobs there and make a great deal of cash.

“Or I guess the other alternative is I could throw it all away, start again, throw myself back into the frontline of British politics. These are all options.

“I might throw myself again into monetary penury, fixed assault by the media, social media, no thanks for something I do, even once I stand down in favour of 320 candidates from what was as soon as often known as the Conservative Party however now I feel the social democrat celebration would possibly swimsuit somewhat higher, and that is if we’re being well mannered.

“I thought maybe on my 60th birthday it would be a good opportunity to make a big announcement.

“Well possibly it was the correct second to do it, however then I realised why spoil a stunning booze up, why spoil a enjoyable night, why spoil the comedy, the music, the satire and the dancing which is to return.

“So I on this 60th birthday have to tell you that I’ve genuinely not yet made up my mind. But I’m beginning to form in my mind what I think the right thing to do is.”

Mr Farage, who’s honorary president of Reform UK, has been on the centre of ongoing hypothesis over whether or not he’ll return to politics.

The rebranded Brexit Party, at the moment led by businessman Richard Tice, is polling at as much as 16% nationally.

Pollsters have mentioned the rebel celebration, which secured its first MP with Lee Anderson’s defection final month, can be boosted if Mr Farage returns.

But Mr Farage has beforehand admitted he was delay after Ukip gained 4 million votes on the 2015 common election however no seats as a result of challenges of the primary previous the publish electoral system.