BREXIT SUPREMO Nigel Farage will visit Ireland next month to push for an Irish Exit or “Irexit” from the European Union.
The Ex-Ukip leader will attend a conference in Dublin called ‘Irexit: Free to Prosper’ on February 3.
Mr Farage has previously called for Ireland, whose citizens are among the most pro-EU in the entire union, to leave the EU.
The conference will also feature journalists John Waters and Cormac Lucey and eurosceptic councillor ames Charity according to the Daily Express.
The event’s Facebook page said: “Ireland is at risk of becoming a powerless EU province.
According to the last Eurobarometer poll, 88 percent of Irish people want to remain in the EU.
And this week an Irish politician warned Mr Farage not to involve himself in Irish politics.
Neale Richmond, a senator with Fine Gael, said Brexit had taken place because of “decades of unchallenged Euroscepticism” and Mr Farage should be told: “No thanks.”