Prior to leaving on The Rebel's mission to Israel, I taped a number of in-depth interviews to air on my evening show.
Tonight, I speak to Anne Marie Waters, the leader of the For Britain party.
After my conversation with the new leader of UKIP, Gerard Batten, many viewers asked me to interview Waters as well. She started out her career in electoral politics as a UKIP candidate, but says internal conflicts inspired her to start an alternative party instead.
In our far-ranging conversation, we talk about her background as the founder of Sharia Watch UK; why she left UKIP to start For Britain; her views on Tommy Robinson; why so many working class Brits continue to vote Labour; and many more topics.
Anne Marie Waters is so passionate and candid — I know you'll enjoy this interview!