Nigel Farage's describes Boris Johnson's Brexit Deal using cheese analogy

LBC presenter Nigel Farage has described Boris Johnson's Brexit deal as a "piece of cheese that's going off after being left out of the fridge".

Appearing to give up on his October 31 Brexit deadline, the PM has offered to give MPs more time to debate his Withdrawal Agreement Bill if they agree to a General Election on 12 December 12.

Describing the deal that MP's are currently scrutinising, Farage said: "The Withdrawal Agreement is rather like a piece of cheese that you take out of the fridge and leave on the side.

"It's really attractive for a period of time, but then as the air, the warmth and the sunlight gets to it, it begins to smell and becomes inedible.

"I think this is Boris Johnson's massive problem with the Withdrawal Agreement and the attached Political Declaration.

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HARTLEPOOL, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Nigel Farage reacts as he arrives at the end of the first leg of the March to Leave campaign on March 16, 2019 in Hartlepool, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
Nigel Farage (centre) at Easington Colliery during The March to Leave protest which set off from Sunderland on Saturday morning, and will make its way to London over a 14-day period, arriving in the capital on March 29, where a mass rally will take place on Parliament Square.
Nigel Farage (centre right) at Easington Colliery during The March to Leave protest which set off from Sunderland on Saturday morning, and will make its way to London over a 14-day period, arriving in the capital on March 29, where a mass rally will take place on Parliament Square.
Nigel Farage (left) at Easington Colliery during The March to Leave protest which set off from Sunderland on Saturday morning, and will make its way to London over a 14-day period, arriving in the capital on March 29, where a mass rally will take place on Parliament Square.
Nigel Farage at Easington Colliery during The March to Leave protest which set off from Sunderland on Saturday morning, and will make its way to London over a 14-day period, arriving in the capital on March 29, where a mass rally will take place on Parliament Square.
HARTLEPOOL, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Nigel Farage enjoys a pint with fellow walkers as they arrive at the end of the first leg of the March to Leave campaign on March 16, 2019 in Hartlepool, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
HARTLEPOOL, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Nigel Farage enjoys a pint with fellow walkers as they arrive at the end of the first leg of the March to Leave campaign on March 16, 2019 in Hartlepool, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
HARTLEPOOL, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Nigel Farage enjoys a pint with fellow walkers as they arrive at the end of the first leg of the March to Leave campaign on March 16, 2019 in Hartlepool, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
HARTLEPOOL, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Nigel Farage reacts as he arrives at the end of the first leg of the March to Leave campaign on March 16, 2019 in Hartlepool, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
HARTLEPOOL, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Nigel Farage reacts as he arrives at the end of the first leg of the March to Leave campaign on March 16, 2019 in Hartlepool, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
HARTLEPOOL, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Nigel Farage reacts as he arrives at the end of the first leg of the March to Leave campaign on March 16, 2019 in Hartlepool, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
SEAHAM, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage pays his respects to the Tommy statue at Seham as he takes part in the 'March to Leave' walk from the Port of Sunderland on March 16, 2019 in Seaham, England. The 'March to Leave' walk will make its way to London in 14 stages arriving on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union.(Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
SEAHAM, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage takes part in the 'March to Leave' walk from the Port of Sunderland on March 16, 2019 in Seaham, England. The 'March to Leave' walk will make its way to London in 14 stages arriving on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union.(Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
SEAHAM, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage takes part in the 'March to Leave' walk from the Port of Sunderland on March 16, 2019 in Seaham, England. The 'March to Leave' walk will make its way to London in 14 stages arriving on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union.(Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
SEAHAM, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage takes part in the 'March to Leave' walk from the Port of Sunderland on March 16, 2019 in Seaham, England. The 'March to Leave' walk will make its way to London in 14 stages arriving on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union.(Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
SEAHAM, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage addresses marchers from the top deck of an open top pro-Brexit bus during the 'March to Leave' walk from the Port of Sunderland on March 16, 2019 in Seaham, England. The 'March to Leave' walk will make its way to London in 14 stages arriving on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
EASINGTON, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Leave means Leave supporters march during the first leg of the March to Leave campaign on March 16, 2019 in Easington, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
EASINGTON, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Nigel Farage leads Leave means Leave supporters walk during the first leg of the March to Leave campaign on March 16, 2019 in Easington, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
EASINGTON, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Marchers continue their walk during the first leg of the March to Leave campaign on March 16, 2019 in Easington, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
EASINGTON, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Marchers continue their walk during the first leg of the March to Leave campaign on March 16, 2019 in Easington, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
EASINGTON, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Nigel Farage continues his walk during the first leg of the March to Leave campaign on March 16, 2019 in Easington, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
EASINGTON, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Nigel Farage leads Leave means Leave supporters walk during the first leg of the March to Leave campaign on March 16, 2019 in Easington, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
EASINGTON, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Marchers on the first leg of the March to Leave campaign walk past a sign placed along the route by members of the People's Vote group on March 16, 2019 in Easington, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a journey over 14 stages with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Andrea Jenkyns MP takes a picture as she stands with Kate Hoey MP on the Leave Means Leave bus as marchers halt at the half way point on the first stage of the March to Leave demonstration on March 16, 2019 in Sunderland, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a 14 stage journey with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: A man pulls a Save Our Sovereignty cart during the first leg of the March to Leave demonstration on March 16, 2019 in Sunderland, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a 14 stage journey with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Marchers take part in the first leg of the March to Leave demonstration on March 16, 2019 in Sunderland, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a 14 stage journey with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Marchers take part in the first leg of the March to Leave demonstration on March 16, 2019 in Sunderland, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a 14 stage journey with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
SEAHAM, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage (C) takes part in the 'March to Leave' walk from the Port of Sunderland on March 16, 2019 in Seaham, England. The 'March to Leave' walk will make its way to London in 14 stages arriving on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: A marcher sets off at the start of the first leg of the March to Leave demonstration on March 16, 2019 in Sunderland, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a 14 stage journey with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Anti Brexit stickers are seen on the sign of a minibus during the first leg of the March to Leave demonstration on March 16, 2019 in Sunderland, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a 14 stage journey with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Kate Hoey MP (R) and Andrea Jenkyns MP join the March to Leave demonstration on March 16, 2019 in Sunderland, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a 14 stage journey with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Nigel Farage MEP leads off on the first leg of the March to Leave demonstration on March 16, 2019 in Sunderland, England. The first leg between Sunderland and Hartlepool marks the start of a 14 stage journey with those marching expecting to arrive in London on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. The march is organised by the Leave means Leave protest group and gives supporters an opportunity to demonstrate their discontent with the way they see Brexit has been handled. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: A Vote Leave supporter holds up a blue UK passport in Grangetown, near Sunderland, at the beginning of the 'March to Leave' walk from the Port of Sunderland on March 16, 2019 in Sunderland, England. The 'March to Leave' walk will make its way to London in 14 stages arriving on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND - MARCH 16: Pro-EU supporters gather in Grangetown, near Sunderland, at the beginning of a 'March to Leave' walk from the Port of Sunderland on March 16, 2019 in Sunderland, England. The 'March to Leave' walk will make its way to London in 14 stages arriving on March 29, the original date for the UK to leave the European Union. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
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"The reason we had the first Saturday sitting in Westminster for 37 years, he wanted to bounce it through before anyone had read it.

"I think that as the weeks go by, people will start to understand more the ways in which we are tied in to the EU institutions for years and that will damage Boris."

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