Matthew Patten, who was elected as an MEP for the East Midlands in July, accused the EU of being “white slave masters” who operated an effective ‘apartheid’.
The European Council president seemingly backed Boris Johnson’s opponents in the upcoming general election.
Chancellor Sajid Javid admitted the government hadn't been able to deliver Brexit by the deadline of October 31 but blamed it on Parliament and Jeremy Corbyn.
In a speech at a think tank in Brussels, Jean-Claude Juncker said he regretted not speaking out in response to what he called Boris Johnson's 'lies' over Brexit.
The result is a huge blow for the PM, who will now be unable to deliver on his promise to deliver Brexit on 31 October “do or die”.
Sources told the Observer that backing for a second Brexit referendum is growing amid concerns Boris Johnson won't be able to secure a deal with the EU.
The Prime Minister told the Tory Party conference that he would offer the EU a 'constructive and reasonable' Brexit proposal.
The European Commission president said he and EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier were doing everything possible to reach a deal.
One official said Mr Johnson had a “penny dropping” moment at a meeting in Luxembourg on Monday.
Mr Watson also said the party must push for a new referendum to take place before a general election.
German newspaper The Handelsblatt reported that a finance ministry document said the German government is expecting Britain to leave the EU without a deal.
In a speech ahead of a secret vote for the next European Commission president, Mr Farage accused German politician Ursula von der Leyen of aiming to make the EU a "centralised, undemocratic, updated form of communism".
Nigel Farage and other Brexit Party MEPs turned their backs at the opening session in Strasbourg while the 'Anthem of Europe' was played at the parliament's first session.