Rishi Sunak ‘utterly disconnected’ from ordinary people, says Nigel Farage after D-Day blunder

Nigel Farage has described Rishi Sunak as “utterly disconnected by class and privilege” from “ordinary” people.

The Reform UK leader launched another attack on the prime minister over his D-Day blunder, suggesting Mr Suank has lost “millions” of Conservative voters after his early return from commemorations in Normandy.

“He is utterly disconnected - by class, by privilege - from how the ordinary folk in this country feel,” Mr Farage said of Mr Sunak.

“He revealed that - I think spectacularly - when he left Normandy early.”

Mr Farage added that the PM made the “biggest mistake of his political career” on D-Day.