Nigel Farage has revealed he will return to frontline politics if the Conservative government under Theresa May doesn't deliver Brexit.
The former leader of UKIP resigned his position in the weeks following the historic Leave vote in the referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union. He left the leadership role because he felt he had "achieved his political ambition."
But yesterday he revealed to Jonny Gould and Ash a stark warning of what will come if the government fails.
"I've taken a step back in that I won't be on the frontline 24/7," Farage said. "I don't know where we'll be in two years' time, or if Theresa May is good for her word.
"If they don't deliver Brexit... in terms of political change in our country, you ain't seen nothing yet.
"If by the end of 2018 or early 2019, we're not out of the single market, we don't have control of our borders or fishing waters, then I think I couldn't possibly let down the people I encouraged to vote Brexit.
"I'd have no choice, I'd be back into frontline policy."