LIAM Gallagher has been praised for coming up with a Brexit plan “more coherent than anything Theresa May has put together in the past 12 months”.
The former Oasis frontman has backed tightening immigration but rejected any move towards nationalism once we leave the European Union.
In an interview the 45-year-old said “good people should be allowed to move and groove wherever they want” – but added that “the borders have got to be tightened”.
Speaking to NME he let rip at a host of politicians including Donald Trump, but it was his answer to a question on Brexit which led to praise on social media.
One wrote that he was the “spokesman for a generation”, while another said he “talks more sense on Brexit than 90 per cent of our politicians”.
He was urged to be sent in David Davis’ place to the negotiations with Brussels, while some suggested the Britpop legend should be made Prime Minister.
While one Twitter user said his comments were “literally a more coherent argument than anything Theresa May has put together in the last 12 months”.
In the interview he said of the EU referendum: “No thoughts on it man. I love Europe.
“I guess the borders have got to be tightened but all that stuff about going ‘this is my country’, I don’t get that.
“We all live under one sky. I certainly don’t sit there and go ‘this is my f****** England, stay out’.”
He added: “But I think we should definitely keep an eye on who’s coming in and out of the country.
“That just makes sense you don’t want a load of loony c**** coming in.
“But good people should be allowed to move and groove wherever they want.”
Both Liam and his brother Noel had both previously expressed sadness at the Brexit vote last year.
Elsewhere in the interview he was asked about President Trump.
The singer responded: “He’s a d**k. They’re all d**ks.
“Kim Jong f***kin’ whatever he’s called, they’re all off their f**kin’ t**s. I’m here to take people away from all that.
“You certainly ain’t gonna get me stomping around like Bono.”
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