The Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage is set to unveil the Brexit Party’s general election policies later, he has promised “fundamental change” for the United Kingdom after the nation leave the European Union.
Running in a total of 275 seats the Brexit Party have decided to stand aside in the 317 seats won by the Conservatives in the 2017 general election.
Mr Farage has said his party will not be releasing a manifesto but instead making a “contract with the British people”. The former UKIP leader slammed the idea of a manifesto previously saying, “The word manifesto – I think in a word association test, most people would say ‘lie’.”
Mr Farage continued: “I think it’s now a defunct word.
“We are used to, in this modern era of career politics, parties saying things in manifestos that they think the electorate wants to hear but without the slightest intention of delivering them.
“I’m going for a different idea, which is a contract with the people – I think it makes more sense.”