Queen offers Nigel Farage a posthumous knighthood

Queen Elizabeth II has offered Nigel Farage a knighthood but only if it’s posthumous and he makes his availability snappy.

While posthumous knighthoods are not currently awarded, the Queen is willing to make an exception in the case of Nigel Farage.

‘One would gladly knight someone who’s done what he’s done for this country. It would have to be over his dead body though,’ said the Queen.

The Queen has said she’d even consider bestowing a royal title on Farage if she could use her knighting sword to put him in the posthumous category.

Farage is said to be weighing up his options but is currently hospitalised.

‘The idea of being knighted gave me a stonk-on lasting more than four hours,’ he told us.