Media Title Ten moments that led to a (different) choice. because it is not Brexit. "
Instead, Farage urged him to pursue a free trade agreement with the EU – similar to the agreement that the bloc concluded with Canada – and to set a new deadline for signature on July 1, 2020
If no agreement has been reached by then, Britain should abandon the EU without an agreement and move on to the World Trade Organization's trading rules.
"I would consider that to be absolutely reasonable," he said, "that would really be a Brexit . "
But Mr. Farage said that if Mr. Johnson did not pursue the path, the Brexit party would deny any seat in the country – with 500 candidates ready to sign the forms to stand on Monday.
"The Brexit party would be the only party in these elections that actually represents Brexit," he said.
But Tory Brexiter Mark Francois said Mr. Farages was unlucky for a B it had "screwed up" ndnis.
"If you really want to work with another party, you do not go on national live television and call them liars," he told BBC Radio 4's World at One.
He said the Prime Minister's agreement with the EU was not a "perfect deal," adding, "We're not in Valhall here, but business is leading us out of the European Union."
"Nigel is a very talented politician But anyone who works with him will tell you that he is his worst enemy and his ego is getting the most out of him. "
Nigel Farage has practically given Boris Johnson an ultimatum – give up your central Brexit policy or Brexit The party will question your business at every opportunity across the country.
As the Prime Minister most likely declines, It seems that Mr Farage has to keep his promise to make 500 or more candidates for the election by Monday – and claim that he has the means to do so.
This is a big challenge for a party that is only going to be
He is undoubtedly strengthened by the Brexit party's success in the European elections earlier this year.
But in the past, when he was at the head of UKIP, Mr. Farage had trouble urn popular support in Westminster Seats.
He has targeted working vacation areas in Wales, the Midlands, and Northern England – the very same seats Mr. Johnson used in the Vi
The risk to both parties, however, is the distribution of the leave vote, which Jeremy Corbyn unintentionally promotes.
In addition, Farage attacked Labor for "total betrayal of Brexit" – and said his party wanted to target Labor seats in the Midlands and northern England.
He said Labor's plan to renegotiate a deal and then subject it to a referendum offers the option of "staying or staying effective".
Mr Farage said there were five million Labor voters Leave had supported in the 2016 EU referendum – though this is probably an overestimation – which meant his party was a "very big problem" for Jeremy Corbyn.
he said. "We see these constituencies across the country as our top targets."
He mocked the reported conservative plan to target "Workington Man" – support for traditional Labor voters in northern cities by vacation – and said Tories needed more out of London.
On the other side of the Brexit debate, the remaining parties have negotiated electoral pacts in certain constituencies.
In the possible agreements, the Liberal Democrats, the Greens and Plaid Cymru would side by side to ensure the election of so many MPs who support a second Brexit referendum as possible. Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley said it was "no secret" that his party was "talking to the Liberal Democrats and Plaid," but "nothing was decided."
Elsewhere on the Election Path:
- Both the Tories and the Labor Party resist the criticism of US President Donald Trump
- no. 10 has defended the Prime Minister's Brexit deal – which, according to Trump, would hinder any deal with the US – and would allow the UK to "conclude free trade agreements around the world."
- Jeremy Corbyn accused the President of trying to "interfere" in the election after saying that the Labor leader was "as bad" as the Prime Minister.
- The leader of the SNP and first Scottish minister, Nicola Sturgeon, fought in the election campaign in Leith.
- She said the upcoming election was an opportunity for Scotland to "escape the Brexit chaos" and become an independent EU country
- Meanwhile, a survey by teacher Tapp revealed that one in twelve primary school teachers performed Christmas crib games and Christmas concerts are disturbed by the elections