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Kromovaracun | 07:27 Sat 09th Feb 2019 | News
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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/nigel-farage-new-brexit-party-european-union-delayed-ukip-a8770711.html

A new 'Brexit Party' has been registered with the Electoral Commission, with hope of appealing to disgruntled Tories who are displeased with May's Brexit policy.

Nigel Farage, who is supporting the party, says it has political donors and plans to mobilize after March 29th if Brexit is delayed or (in their view) compromised.

As there's a fair few disgruntled Tories on AB, would you consider voting Brexit party in an election or would you fear splitting the Tory vote and letting Corbyn in?

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//Brexit Party backed by Nigel Farage could run 200 candidates including “QCs, directors, business people, all sorts of highly professional people”//

Now where do you get the same old politicians, that you so rely on, from this small example? A new and untainted bunch of non tainted non snivelling chancers. For someone who frequently feigns not to understand the mindset of those who wish to leave the doomed pyramid scheme, you now assume that you understand them fully...……….if it suits your purpose.
If you believe successful QCs and businessmen/women are going to give up lucrative careers to join some fledgling half chance political start up, you need your bumps feeling. Get real.
The so called two party situation we have at present needs reform. Competition would encourage more efficient politicians, he says with tongue firmly in cheek.
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The two party system is an inevitable result (with the odd exception) of the First Past The Post voting system.

https://youtu.be/s7tWHJfhiyo

But nobody ever wants to change that. So we'll be stuck with it forever.
Yes. Even if I had voted UKIP I definitely wouldn't vote for them with Tommy Robinson at their side. Farage needs to sort this mess out. Good article by Daniel Hannan today.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/authors/daniel-hannan/

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