Moving on to the topic of immigration, Mr Neil asks how the Brexit Party leader would fill NHS and social care vacancies if we wants net migration to come down from 212,000 in the past year to 50,000.
Mr Farage’s answer is to introduce “work permits”.
“There is a difference, you know, between people coming to work and people coming to settle,” he says.
He says the work permits would be on top of the cap of 50,000 and that they would last for “one year, two years”.
Mr Neil says: “You would expect someone to come and work in the NHS for just a year? Bring their family?”
Mr Farage says “of course not”, to which Mr Neil asks: “But why would they do that?”
The party leader says the number of work permits is a “flexible thing” and agrees there could be 100,000 on top of the 50,000 cap.
“So the 50,000 figure is kind of meaningless isn’t it,” says Mr Neil.