A spokeswoman for the European Parliament said she could not officially confirm details regarding Farage's salary. But, speaking on Friday, Farage appeared to change his tune, making clear that he was seriously anxious that Brexit could be undone and reversed.
Speaking to the Observer on Sunday, Farage said a well-organised and funded group of campaigners who want to remain in Europe have seized control of the argument. "After we won the referendum, we closed the doors and stopped making the argument", he added.
Mr Farage, who is seen by many as an architect of Brexit, also reignited the debate this week when he said a second referendum was necessary to stop the "whingeing and whining" of prominent Remain backers, who have failed to accept the result of the vote.
Labour has also tabled a separate amendment calling for the United Kingdom to remain in the Single Market and a Customs Union with the EU during a time-limited transition.
"In cases where the administration, after a long and detailed process, does not receive the necessary justifications for spending or European work carried out, and the member refuses to repay the money, we launch recovery proceedings".
However, UKIP leader Henry Bolton said the idea of a second referendum was not party policy, claiming it could be "damaging to the nation".
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He said: "The Remain side are making all the running". The original vote was 52 per cent to 48 per cent in favour of Brexit.
Labour will back an amendment to the European Union withdrawal bill demanding that a very detailed independent economic analysis of the effects of the eventual deal should be conducted after it is struck but before it is put to a vote of MPs.
Farage endorsed the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party in last September's elections.