Brexit limbo points to election misery for Tories

Recent polls revealed the Conservative Party was losing support to Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party

Recent polls revealed the Conservative Party was losing support to Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party

April 23, THRESSAaccused the Labour unit, led by Jeremy Corbyn, that they intentionally dragged out their talks which involved different cross-party to come up with an agreement and projections for Brexit.

Pro-Brexit Conservatives are angry with May's failure to take Britain out of the European Union, nearly three years after voters backed leaving.

Elsewhere, a new poll found former foreign secretary Boris Johnson is the favourite to replace Mrs May as Conservative leader among the party's grassroots.

I will be voting Conservative in the local elections and I remain a member of the party but when central office reads this I expect they will kick me out, she added.

Veteran journalist Gavin Esler, who spent decades reporting for the BBC, is also among those standing, saying he was "seriously anxious about the future of our country".

Farage said his party has already taken many votes from Ukip, which he used to head, after it took a series of wrong turns.

Interim leader Heidi Allen said Change UK was "the home of the Remain alliance".

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NIGEL FARAGE hailed the launch of his new Brexit Party as an "incredible success" before welcoming former Conservative MP Ann Widdecombe to the ranks.

It also announced on Tuesday five more candidates, which include Claire Fox, a left-wing libertarian and regular TV pundit.

In a live phone-in on LBC last September, Lord Adonis said: "If you are a Brexiter, I hope you won't vote for the Labour Party, because the Labour Party is moving increasingly against Brexit".

The Brexit party tweeted: "We need people with real life experience taking leadership, not this current useless political class".

The prime minister pledged to go if her Brexit deal was passed by parliament and announced past year that she would not lead the party into the next General Election.

The newspaper reported that Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the backbench 1922 Committee, will tell her that 70 per cent of Tory MPs now want her to resign.

"I believe the only way we're going to break this impasse properly is if we have fresh leadership", he said.

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