One time Ukip leader Nigel Farage said if Boris Johnson became Prime Minister and had the “guts” to fight an election on a no-deal ticket, then there “is a deal that could be done” with his powerful Brexit Party.
The Brexit Party leader’s comments on Tuesday night, at Nigel Farage On Brexit: an event hosted by The Telegraph, represented a boost for Boris Johnson, who is the front-runner to succeed Theresa May as the next British prime Minister, after the Member of European Parliament previously dismissed calls for his candidates to stand aside for Tory Member of palliatment who are committed to Brexit Fight.
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party could form an election pact with Boris Johnson aimed at delivering a “massive” Commons majority that will lead to a clean exit from the European Union, Mr Farage said
Conservative party members would be prepared to sacrifice the union, destroy the party or even suffer economic damage to finally get the UK out of the EU, the poll found. Brexit is the central issue in the Conservative party race to replace Theresa May, as MPs try to repair the damage from Theresa May’s disastrous negotiations. And the YouGov poll, which surveyed 892 Conservative Party members between June 11-14, showed nearly half of those surveyed – 46 percent – would be happy to see the Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage enter Number 10.