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Brexit Party pushes Tories into third place in polling for general election

Daily Record Saturday, 18 May 2019
Brexit Party pushes Tories into third place in polling for general electionNigel Farage's newly-formed party is out in front in EU voting intentions and second behind Labour for Westminster vote.
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