One of Farage's problems is he thinks everyone else thinks like him. He has fomented enough plots himself against the leadership when he was not the leader to believe that is what people are now doing to him hence the unscheduled NEC meeting callled yesterday at short notice. Trouble is his usual whipping boy, the BNP, is now defunct.so who can he point the finger at now.
Carswell better be careful about Evans. She owes everything to Farage and knows which side her bread is buttered. Everything she wants is in Farage's gift so he can control her. Carswell and O'Flynn are different. They are there on their own merits and Farage controls nothing that they want and in Carswell's case he controls the Short money that Farage wants.
Farage clearly has to go for the out side in the referendum to have any chance. But of course he won't go. Like Robert Mugabe he will cling on to power supported by his payroll vote as long as possible.
One prediction, Farage won't be taking a holiday any time soon. He knows what has happened to numerous African leaders who have been deposed whilst they have been out the country.
Farage does not look well to me.