The Brexit Party’s Leader, Nigel Farage, has now confirmed that his party is “gearing up” to fight every seat in the country at the next General Election.
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Faage has said: “I don’t trust any of them (Tory leadership contenders) to deliver a genuine Brexit and unless that situation changes, we are gearing up as an organisation to fight every seat in the country.”
It comes amid rumours that some Conservative donors are talking to Farage about the a pact at the next Westminster election.
The Chairman of the Midlands Industrial Council, a group of Conservative donors, has called for the next Tory Leader to strike a deal with the Brexit Party.
Johnny Leavesley has laid it out in The Telegraph: “In essence, the next PM needs to be willing to work with Farage.”
At the weekend there were multiple reports that Conservative MPs could defect to the Brexit Party if the next Prime Minister fails to deliver Brexit by 31st October.
One senior figure was quoted saying: “The donors will turn off the money taps, the members will be gone and MPs will walk too. We’ll be left with no choice but to join the Brexit Party.”
As the Conservative leadership race continues, the Brexit Party have led the third General Election poll in a row.