EU “gangsters and bullyboys” will never be satisfied, Nigel Farage has said, instead urging Theresa May to pursue “a simple free trade deal”.
His Leave Means Leave battle bus took a tour of central London.
Speaking just after the summit finished, he said: "I'm afraid Mrs May is in a real pickle.
"It doesn't matter what concessions you make to these gangsters, they will always come back for more.
"Maybe this is a big opportunity to chuck Chequers and go back to them with a very simple trade deal, and say 'you have got two months to sign up to this'."
Mr Farage said the Northern Irish border would be "no problem at all" with a free trade deal, adding different currencies and tax regimes were already tricky.
He said: "It's very problematic today, right now.
"Very problematic - but, do you know what, we manage.
"If we didn't have a free trade deal, there would be one more factor in what's already a very complicated situation.
"If we have a proper free trade deal, there will not be a problem at all."
‘We don’t need to persuade anyone’
Mr Farage said he was taking the battle bus on a UK tour to remind politicians "the people have made their decision".
He said: "We're reinvigorating the referendum campaign.
“We don't need to persuade anyone.
"All we need to do is say to our politicians 'keep your promises'."
He added: "There is no growing appetite for a second referendum or for more delays.
"We voted to leave in a referendum. We confirmed it in a general election.
"How many votes do you want? It's ludicrous."