Nigel Farage has abandoned plans for the Brexit Party to contest more than 600 candidates in the General Election. Speaking to supporters in Hartlepool he said the party would not stand in the 317 seats won by the Conservatives in the last election in 2017.
If general election were to be held today the Conservatives would garner 58 marjority seats in parliament///CRIMSON TAZVINZWA; AIWA! NO!//
COMRES, SEPTEMBER 12 Tories and Labour almost neck and neck – as conference season begins Results: Con 28%, Lab 27%, … More
Nigel Farage has challenged Jeremy Corbyn to a debate ahead of the European Parliament elections, warning a deal between Labour and the Conservatives would be “the final betrayal”.
David Davis bows out of Tory leadership contest as he says he will back Dominic Raab to replace Theresa May
DAVID DAVIS||The local elections expose the problems the Conservative Party faces but there are no easy answers or simple solutions.
We face two stark challenges. Firstly, the Conservatives must deliver on Brexit as a matter of democratic necessity. We must respect our manifesto promises, alongside the votes of 17.4million people who voted Leave.