Brexit Party leads polls as Farage hits the streets

Posted on May 13 2019 - 4:55pm by admin

The 55-year-old criticised both the Tory Government and the Labour leadership but made no mention of reports he left the scene of a crash in Kent on Thursday involving his chauffeur-driven car. The former Ukip leader said Brexit had failed to materialise partly because of an “utterly useless” prime minister in Theresa May.

“No question, she is the worst prime minister in the history of this country, bar none,” he told a rally in Houghton-Le-Spring.

The Brexit Party is favourite to win the European Parliament elections on May 23, according to a poll by Opinion released last night.

It has a 34 per cent share of the vote, Labour is on 21 per cent and the Conservative vote has collapsed to just 11 per cent.

The forecast came as former MEP David Campbell Bannerman warned the EU to brace itself for a surge in populist, Eurosceptic parties across the continent which could cause “all sorts of difficulties” for Brussels.

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