Friday December 6, 2019

An echo chamber that thinks it’s a party

The Brexit Party, which has supporters but no members, has harnessed the despair and bewilderment of Leave voters who have lost faith in Theresa May and the Tories

19th May, 2019
Nigel Farage, the leader of the Brexit Party, on the campaign trail in Houghton-le-Spring in north-east England last week Pic: Getty

This coming week, Nigel Farage will stride across the green and pleasant land of Britain, driving votes for his Brexit Party in an election to send candidates to the European Parliament, a democratic structure that he and his followers despise. You could not make it up.

Euro elections take place in all parts of Britain on Thursday, May 23, and are the first opportunity the British electorate has had to vote for this new Brexit...

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