Re: "No, No, No. Let me resign..."
He certainly did what he set out to do, which was to get the UK out of the EU, despite not having a majority. He frightened Cameron into a referendum, so on sheer power politicking, he won. But that he stood as an MEP and took money for somethign he professes to despise makes him look less than honourable. He also slandered his fellow MPs, which the Guardian neatly demonstrated. Being 'effective' in getting your way does not mean admirable. You can be effective as a a liar and a bully.